Friday, May 5, 2017

“Two High” by Moon Taxi – A Song Review

      The energizing experience that has been the rule with concert performances by Moon Taxi is about to get better. Waving the two-finger “V” that has been the signal for peace since at least the 1960s will become a regular part of the crowd participation. Moon Taxi’s release of “Two High” is destined to be another highlight of each concert.
    The band says the track is “a song about hope. Hope for understanding, hope for acceptance, and hope for our future. We were inspired by the simple and universal peace sign. It's a gesture we would like to see more of.”   

     A schedule of upcoming events that include Moon Taxi are included in this post. The staff of Indie Obsessive recommends taking advantage, if possible. We attended the band’s last two dates in San Francisco, and plan to be there for any future stops. The pictures in this post were taken during the 2016 Outside Lands Festival and during a highly enjoyable experience at The Chapel in San Francisco.

     “Two High” by Moon Taxi 

5/13     Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Music Festival
5/23     Nashville, TN @ Dylan Fest
5/24     Nashville, TN @ Dylan Fest
6/3       Little Rock, AR @ Riverfest
6/4       Cincinnati, OH @ Bunbury Music Festival
6/8       Vail, CO @ Go Pro Mountains of Music @ Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
6/16     Chicago, IL @ Taste of Randolph
6/17     Chicago, IL @ Taste of Randolph
7/1       Richmond, VA @ Jam Sandwich @ Mayo Island
7/8       Owensboro, KY @ Big O Music Fest @ Reid's Orchard Fairgrounds
7/21     Masontown, WV @ Deep Roots Mountain Revival
7/22     Alexander City, AL @ Sun Festival @ Strand Park
7/23     Martindale, TX @Float Fest

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