States of Saturn was ejected and prohibited at the last minute, due to internal politics, so the show was delayed until 8:30. That's when Rug opened with their blend of “light and slow” rock As the set progressed, it seemed to act as a muse to draw in wanderers passing by. As the beat picked up toward the end of their set, the crowd responded with a bit of dancing and some cheering.
The Normandy went on next with a quicker and more upbeat feel, backed by a female vocalist's pleasant harmonics. When their set slowed, the dancing in the crowd picked up, as did the fan's enthusiastic cries.
Ratham Stone came on with a song featuring both a harmonica and their piano, that seemed to appeal to the still growing audience, evident by their attentive head bobbing to the rhythm and clapping afterwards. The proceeding performance was led in by the announcement of their plan to release six Eps in as many months, with the first available today.The set included a lot of new material, to which the crowd responded amiably. The ukulele eventually made an appearance during “Bang Bang,” a new song with a double entendre message set for an April release. Overall, their performance seemed similar to the show played last year (linked).
Afterwards, Stockholm opened with an intense and lively song that had some of the crowd dancing along with the members on stage. Next they played the first song the group ever performed together, which resulted in a similar reaction from those in attendance. Mid-set they briefly paused to thank fans for coming out on a Wednesday as well as Rug, The Normandy and Ratham Stone for performing. Finally, during the swan song, most of the pit was alive with motion, inspired by the band member's rampant movement up top. As they closed, the entire crowd was in hysterics.