Posted in music on August 7, 2011

view from the stage during Local Natives on Saturday (by Katie Alexander)
Local Natives

"Preceding Cee-Lo Green was one of those fawning, thankful bands. Orange County's Local Natives were clearly thrilled to have graduated from last year's Pitchfork Music Festival to this year's Lollapalooza. "This is the biggest crowd we've played to by far," said singer Kelcey Ayer. "This is insane!" It was a joyous, not fearful, exclamation, fitting with the band's sweet temperament. All tight SoCal harmonies and heaving, unaffected guitars, Local Natives moved through a set of rhythmic charmers from their own "Shape Shifter," built on piano chord crescendos, and a cover of the Talking Heads' "Warning Sign." The Sony stage seemed like it might be too big for them, but they held it. Fleet and foxy." [Sun Times]
More pictures from Saturday coming soon.


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Comments

  • Anonymous

    funny...that's what they said last summer on Governor's Island Beach ;)

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