Umphrey’s McGee Bring Nothing Too Fancy Music to Life at Brooklyn Bowl (A Gallery)
Umphrey's McGee birthed their new label Nothing Too Fancy Music last night with a special show at the Brooklyn Bowl. The band delivered two fan-curated sets that included the debut of the title track from their new album, Similar Skin, due out June 10. Appropriately, the tune was placed in between "Nothing Too Fancy."
The band also dug into core material such as "Ringo" (performed backwards), "Wappy Sprayberry," "Utopian Fir" and the set-closing behemoth "Wizard Burial Ground." During "Fir," UM also dug into the cover repertoire to deliver Lionel Richie's "All Night Long" much to the delight of the crowd. Scott Harris shared some images from the show.