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Milky Chance’s Blossom Tour comes to Minneapolis

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Gene Evaro Jr opened the night with his funky jams reminiscent of the 60’s and 70’s.

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The ravey Skyway Theatre proved to be an appropriate host for the German trio with hoopers and poi spinners in attendance pairing well with Milky Chance’s electronic-folk sound and impressive light show. They opened their set with new songs “Clouds,” “Ego,” Blossom,” “Doing Good,” and “Firebird,” before diving in to their 2014 hit, “Flashed Junk Mind.”

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Rehbin’s scratchy, somewhat monotone vocals made it difficult to distinguish one song from another, but fans danced along to the hypnotic tunes nonetheless- his confident stage presence compensated for the lack of vitality in his voice. Greger boasted some serious harmonica skills with an extensive solo during “Loveland.” Lead single, “Cocoon” followed and had concertgoers vibing to the bouncing melody.

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For their encore, Rehbin and Greger put a “very acoustic” spin on The Tallest Man Alive’s “The Dreamer,” utilizing just one microphone, wowing the silent audience. “Stolen Dance” and “Sweet Sun” brought energy back in to the room and closed their set with a bang.

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Milky Chance will continue their Blossom Tour across the globe through March 2018. Find tickets here and check out Blossom here.

Written by Sara Fish

Minneapolis photographer and music lover.

sara.js.fish@gmail.com | @sarajsfish

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