After releasing their brand new album, Mental Space, less than two week ago, The Immaculate Beings and an army of their adoring friends and fans celebrated the culmination of the band’s hard work at the 7th Street Entry last night.
After what has surely been a whirlwind few weeks for the Minneapolis-based supergroup, the album release show felt like one big dance party. The venue was packed tight and choc-full of positive energy. It was amazing to see so many other local musicians coming out to support the band, too.
Frontman Trevor DeVine dominated the stage with his animated performance. Despite the goofy dance moves, his voice was unwavering, hitting each note beautifully. His range is truly impressive. Saxophonist
Michael Anderson often stole the spotlight with his effortless solos, drawing generous cheers throughout the venue.
The band was moved to hear the crowd singing along to songs like “Don’t Come Back.” and “Come In (Space Control).” — which just played on The Current last Sunday! But really, the amount of support they have from the local music community is unsurprising. The Immaculate Beings have such a positive message and their on-stage energy stays unmatched. It’d be a mistake to miss your next chance to see these rising stars take to the stage.
Stream Mental Space on all platforms now and catch The Immaculate Beings this summer at The Galactic Get Down and Revival Music Festival.