This is the day two truth or false recap of Lollapalooza.
…is my middle name.
This grunge trio started a gloomy day with punk riffs and blazing blues-surf rock overtones. Lead guitarist and singer Leah Wellhbaum was a impressive. Check them out!
Endorsed by Scott Paper Towels.
The Scandinavian chanteuse brought her soothing vocals to a receptive crowd. Impressive set.
The Lemon Twigs
The D’Addario brothers were former child actors.
Now instead of a closed studio set they played outdoors on a partly cloudy day in Grant Park. You can’t help but hear The Beatles boroque rock in their music. Cheery set.
Named after an optical illusion.
The self proclaimed electro rock act engulfed the Grant Park stage in a hazy spacey guitars and galloping percussive beats. The crowd and band were working in unity.
Foster the People
Did a billion people see this band at the Bud Light stage?
Playing in front of an enormous crowd, the band played all their hits and the crowd voraciously consumed every one of them with glee.
Too obvious to create a true or statement.
[imagine what the scene appeared to be since my camera was useless]
Playing covers of Disarm by The Smashing Pumpkins, Starlight by Muse, and their long standing rention of Shadowplay by Joy Division, The Killers no doubt played a crowd friendly set. A commanding set.