High and Low Festival Recap

Sep 11, 2017 Tagged: Brand NewDeath Cab for Cutie

Music fans flocked to High and Low festival for the first time this weekend at San Bernardino's NOS Event Center. The stacked festival bill included artists like Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness, Tegan and Sara, Best Coast, Citizen, Cloud Nothings, PUP, Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New and more. The all star lineup was spread between two stages. The side stage was headlined by Toronto punk band, PUP while the main stage was headlined by emo pioneers, Death Cab for Cutie and Brand New.

Death Cab for Cutie opened their 11-song headlining set with "I Will Possess Your Hear" from the band's 2008 release Narrow Stairs. The group's set flowed flawlessly throughout the venue, with smooth vocals from Ben Gibbard leading the group's performance. They wrapped up their main stage set with "Transatlanticism" from their fourth studio album which was released in 2003.

Death Cab for Cutie's setlist – By Setlist.fm

Brand New recently released their highly anticipated fifth studio album, Science Fiction. High and Low Festival marks the first live show/festival they performed since the release of the highly awaited album. The band was joined for their whole set by artist Kevin Devine, who was one of the first performers to play earlier in the afternoon. Brand New's 17-song setlist included live debuts from Science Fiction with tracks like “Lit Me Up,” “Can’t Get It Out,” “Same Logic/Teeth,” “In the Water,” “Out of Mana,” “137” and “451”. The Long Island natives performed a combination of their earlier albums The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me, Daisy, Deja Entendu, and Your Favorite Weapon. The band concluded their High and Low set with a solo acoustic performance from frontman, Jesse Lacey of “Soco Amaretto Lime”. View Brand New's full setlist below:

Brand New's setlist – By Setlist.fm

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