Mutemath have become renown for their insanely lively performances, and their latest gig at the Pageant was no exception. Of course, any show that starts with a band’s drummer gaff taping headphones to his head at the start of the set so that they don’t fly off has a lot of promise. And Mutemath deliver, every time.
Also, they’re quite possibly one of the few band’s that uses a keytar and melts your face with it.
This is one of those shows that’s guaranteed to be a little crazy. With blinding lights, confetti cannons, and an infectious frenetic energy, Mutemath are just plain fun to photograph. Three songs hardly seems to do the band justice, really.
One note if you’re shooting this tour – the band has a cart in the middle of the pit, so you’re pretty much split stage right or stage left. You might be able to move between the division, but it depends on your venue’s stage and the pit. Fair warning.
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