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|Mother Mother Setlist|
live @ The Port Theatre in Nanaimo, BC on Feb. 24, 2011. I did some
promoting for this so I got two free tickets. The openers were Chris
Aruda and Brassstronaut, both excellent.
O My Heart
|2||Baby Don't Dance|
|5||Born In A Flash|
|10||Chasing It Down|
|14||Body Of Years|
|15||This is when the seated audience rushed the stage|
and the concert got 100 times better
|18||Calm Me Down|
|I'm predicting less than five comments on this list; I think I'm the only person here who listens to/likes this band. Burning Pile is my favourite Mother Mother song, so when they came on for the encore I was just yelling "BURNING PILE" and one of the super sexy singer/keyboard players just looks at me and smiles. They were saving it until last. good shit.|
|gonna check out Brasstronaut|
I've actually just listened to Mother Mother yesterday and was pleasantly surprised..great indie. Its sitting at a 3.5 at the moment.
|oh wow right on. I've got a big soft spot for the band because I saw them live in a shitty bar in my shitty city with like 20 shitty people in the audience about a week before they started to "get big" (as in opening for Sam Roberts Band across North America). They also played one of the live shows at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. They have a new album coming out this year, the live songs didn't sound overly awesome though. Still, rating + .5 for sentimental reasons haha.|
Brasstronaut was seriously AWESOME. Their drummer was so good, excellent technique. They had a trumpet player (who sometimes played chimes/bells etc. at the same time) and an ELECTRIC CLARINET. Trippiest thing I've ever heard and I wasn't even high. There was also a stand-up bassist and a siiiiiick lap slide guitar player.
|my prediction was correct!|
|I'm going to be seeing Mother Mother in April. If they follow this setlist, I will not be disappointed in the least.|