The stage said it all.
Palm trees. Pineapples. A television set. And two letters: G-A.
At the Shrine Auditorium where its capacity holds 6,300 individuals, it was an odd venue to host Glass Animals with rows of seats.
In its electrifying and digitizing set on Thursday, September 21st, the Oxford-based, indie band performed songs off their new record “How To Be A Human Being” and
Opening up their set with 2016 hit “Life Itself,” warming up the audience before heading into “Youth” and other tracks off it’s sophomore record. Of course, the quartet couldn’t leave the stage before performing “Gooey,” but when they did, Glass Animals regrouped on stage for an encore which included a cover of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Amber Mark opened up the night providing dance grooves from her record “3:33,” before Kacy Hill struck a more somber ambience throughout the venue.