Phish Delivers New Material in Colorado Run
A look back at Sunday’s “Slave”
Phish played its second of three shows at Broomfield, CO’s 1stBank Center Monday night. During their first set, the members of Phish debuted the new song “What Things Seem.” A night earlier the band also debuted the Amanda Green/Trey Anastasio original “My Problem Right There” at the same venue. In addition, The Vermont Quartet pulled out a cover of TV on the Radio’s “Golden Age.” Phish first played the song in Albany, NY last November.
“Sometimes I will just walk in after listening to something on the bus and say, ‘Fish have you heard this tune? Have you listened to TV on the Radio? They’re great,’” Anastasio told Relix this summer. “Next thing you know I’m at the computer looking up the lyrics and I will read them and go ‘this is a great song – oh man, I’d love to sing this song’ and then there’s a set up backstage, drums and stuff and the four of us will go over there and we’ll start playing it and if it sounds good, we’ll play it that night. It’s almost like a skill that you learn. And certain songs just fit, you know?”
Last night’s show also featured a playful call-and-response between Anastasio and the audience during “Run Like An Antelope.” With a nod to the classic swimming pool game Marco Polo and also the “Marco Esquandolas” lyrics in the song, after Trey cried “Marco!” the audience responded “Polo!”.
In honor of Umphrey’s McGee’s return to Summer Camp this weekend, we present the group’s Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger performing this version of “The Pequod” from UM’s Anchor Drops.
Dame shares a song from her new EP Preventions of Heartbreak.
Golden Bloom stopped by Relix to perform a tune from their latest EP No Day Like Today.
The Chapin Sisters share an tune from their new album A Date With the Everly Brothers.
Minneapolis-based Night Moves share a song from their record, Colored Emotions, live at Relix.
Cloud Cult share a song from their latest album live at Relix.
The Giving Tree Band enjoy a spring day on the Relix rooftop, while performing a classic Grateful Dead tune.
Canadian singer-songwriter Hayden performs a duet with his sister-in-law Lou Canon. The song appears on Us Alone his first record on Broken Social Scene’s Arts & Crafts Productions.
The Milk Carton Kids share the first song from their new album, The Ash & Clay.
Here is the new video from Serbian guitar ace Ana Popovic. “Object Of Obsession” appears on her latest album Can You Stand The Heat.
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