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antyphreeze I'll admit this was a bit of a long read but spot on for me - Whitelightining's breakdown of the 3 nights was also pretty well on the money for me. I love to hear the band working so hard to play things different and challenge our ears and that's exactly what we got here. Other commenters have mentioned noticing/liking the weaving/layering of songs and many also picked up on the non-traditional renditions of Bowie, the jammed out Fluff, a very memorable Possum, etc. In general it seems like they've entered a new creative space and I love it. Also, if you're one of those who sees a setlist like night two and feels like its something you can skip over - you're making a mistake because the whole of the second set was a beautifully crafted work of art - crosseyed through Wading was truly special.

As someone who attended this year and last year's mexico run, I can tell you this was unique and better than my expectations. Everyone is so happy to be there that the band could probably play anything and still not disappoint, but its very cool to see that vibe translate to the couch tour. READ THE BOOK!


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