Join Songkick to track Deerhunter and get concert alerts when they play near you. Be the first to know when they tour near Fischbach, Germany. Deerhunter formed in is an eclectic American indie-rock band led by the convincingly peculiar Bradford Cox, hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, U. Produced by Nicolas Vernhes, the record features Black Lips member Cole Alexander, and earned universal critical acclaim. I had heard bad reviews about their concert in LA, so I got a little nervous about the show, and although they stated an hour late-- the band let in the audience at a about 30 minutes later than the time doors were, but they were finishing a beautiful soundcheck with nice melodies and Bradford Cox remembering lyrics. Bradford did surveys with the crowd asking which settings they liked the guitar on and was very friendly and said Portland would be the night maybe the only night on tour where they play the entire set completely. Atlas Sound was surreal, the bass was so intense, but it was awesome. Then there was a VERY smooth transition where band members crept on and worked with the beat of Atlas Sound and transformed it into the start of the Deerhunter set. The group did a mix of songs off their newest album, Fading Frontier, and older songs off of multiple albums. During the song Desire Lines, Cox brought up a little boy who he had "known since he was a squirrel", who was the "son of Portland" to play the shaker and mess with the synthesizer, which ended the show on a more personal and sentimental note.
Deerhunter have enjoyed something of a revival in There is a relaxed atmosphere to this Sunday night performance, something Deerhunter quickly look to shake off once they take the stage. Here they prove why Deerhunter were such a revered band at the turn of the decade, as almost ten years on, these songs still pack a weighty punch. Despite the strong start, however, the set does hit a bit of a lull in the middle. The subsequent few tracks, while impressive from an atmospheric point of view, visibly takes some of the interest from members of the audience who begin to wander off to the bar or elsewhere. Awkward stage banter aside, Deerhunter close the night in typically excellent fashion. While the brief dip in energy was noticeable, Deerhunter recovered brilliantly for an overall extremely enjoyable set. Having garnered a resurgence of acclaim and attention off the back of their latest record, Deerhunter made a much-anticipated return to the capital to play the Roundhouse on 3rd November. We caught the seminal band in action.
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