Free At Noon Flashback: Foxygen brings down the house

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Foxygen | Photo by Kelsey Stanger
Foxygen | Photo by Kelsey Stanger

Experimental San Francisco rockers Foxygen showed that they were a force to be reckoned with at today’s Free At Noon show. With a packed house, the group played with seemingly-endless energy throughout their set, featuring backup vocalists performing synchronized dances and lead singer Sam France thrashing about the stage to their loud, soulful sound. Jonathan Rado, co-frontman of the group, whipped out tremendous guitar solos with his curly, mop-top head bouncing to the beat.  The band came out to promote their highly-anticipated new album …And Starpower, which made up about 50% of today’s performance. The album comes out on Tuesday and will be available via Jagjaguwar Records. The band also has a performance tonight at Union Transfer, so make sure to snag those tickets while they’re still available. For more information on the show, head on over to the XPN Concert Calendar. Didn’t get a chance to make it out to today’s Free At Noon? Have a click through the photo gallery and listen back to audio from today’s performance below!

 

Setlist

How Can You Really

On Blue Mountain

Coulda Been My Love

Shuggie

Cannibal Holocaust

We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peach & Magic

Everyone Needs Love

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