Metronomy & Dawn Golden played Lincoln Hall (pics, setlist)
photos & words by Milos Markicevic
Metronomy at Lincoln Hall
Electronic producer Dawn Golden (aka Dexter Tortoriello) opened for Metronomy this past Friday (9/12) at Lincoln Hall. Tortoriello's been accompanying the band on their fall tour, and played a set that consisted of tracks from his debut LP Still Life, which was released earlier this year on Diplo's Made Decent label. The audience seemed a little caught off guard at first, but his emotional vocals and highly personal lyrics resonated with the crowd and he clearly won at least a few fans by the end of his set. Metronomy hit the stage dressed in sharp matching outfits a little later and started off with "Holiday" before making their way to some newer songs off their fourth studio album, Love Letters, playing its excellent single "I'm Aquarius." The band, which had played the Metro a few months prior, mentioned they still had the Chicago fresh in their memory and that it was good to be back. They concluded their set with "You Could Easily Have Me" and left the stage, only to return for a jamming two song encore before thanking the audience and calling it a night. Pictures and Metronomy's full setlist from Lincoln Hall are in this post.
Metronomy -- 9/12 Lincoln Hall Setlist:
Everything Goes My Way
A Month of Sundays
You Could Easily Have me