LIVE REVIEW: Unknown Mortal Orchestra at Webster Hall 4/15/23

Unknown mortal orchestra, Webster hall, umo, indie rock, alternative rock

Unknown Mortal Orchestra took to the stage at 8:45pm promptly after having Seafoam Walls open the show. By 8:45pm there wasn’t an inch to move in the jam-packed Webster Hall main floor and balcony. This was a sold out show and their third night here too. After attending and witnessing the show it’s easy to see why they sell out so quickly.

The band ran through a set of new and old material, heavy on the material from V, which was great and pleased the crowd. The crowd had the biggest reaction to the songs “Multi-Love” and “So Good at Being in Trouble” that came during the middle/end of the set. However, songs from V had everyone singing and swaying. It was great to see so many fans already know all the lyrics to the new material. The boys even played “Movin’ Out” by Billy Joel and “Shakedown Street” by the Grateful Dead.

They jammed and made the show feel very intimate with the crowd. Ruban Nielson was very engaging with the crowd. They didn’t need fireworks or any spectacular costume changes because the music sells the band. The music is exceptional and Nielson sung with such fervor, which made it all the more appealing. If they come your way definitely make sure to check them out. Tickets here.

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