PHOTOS: Manchester Orchestra at The Fillmore 5/2


Manchester Orchestra //
The Fillmore — San Francisco
May 2nd, 2014 //

Manchester Orchestra appeared at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco Friday to deliver a fantastic performance as the Atlanta-based outfit continues to tour on their new full-length Cope. Frontman & singer-songwriter Andy Hull led the way with a strong “Shake It Out”, and a brief guitar duel sparked things off later on in the show at the top of “Everything to Nothing.” Only a handful of new songs got the live treatment, including “The Ocean” and “Top Notch”, and the performance ended with Willie Nelson’s “The Party’s Over”. Hull was continuously grateful in his admiration for the quintessential SF venue while conveying a genuine attitude while connecting with the crowd.









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