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I'll keep it brief because I've already mentioned Gold Fields way too much. I'll be covering the band this Sunday February 17th at Triple Rock (the band previously appeared at . .…
As soon as Greycoats set ended, A Silent Film's fans raced up front to the stage: clearly, they were the band of the hour. The English alternative band had great energy, with a dedicated singer Robert Stevenson who sings while running to and fro his piano.
A SILENT FILM
Most of their set was from their 2012 album Sand & Snow, with one exception, "You Will Leave A Mark" from their first record. (Note that "Driven By A Beating Heart" was on the 2010 US re-issued and was not originally on the UK tracklisting.)
See set list inset in photograph.
As for Gold Fields, this was their third time in Minneapolis, but by far their favorite. It's tough to be a new band, people aren't going to know your songs… and even their Underworld cover is lost on the mostly younger audience members. But it didn't matter, with the double drums, the catchy melodies; it did get some of the crowd to start dancing along.
Set list is pretty much the same as the two previous times, working in extended versions/introductions of various songs, including their singles "Treehouse" and "Dark Again" and ultimately ending with "Moves" (which may or may not be an extra bonus live song when they play for Carson Daly.)
Look for the band to appear on Jimmy Kimmel (02/27) and Carson Daly (03/28). Gold Fields' debut album, Black Sun is coming out February 28th on Astralwerks.
BONUS: Hear John and Vu recap the show.
Gold Fields at Triple Rock, Minneapolis (02/17/13)