MØ exhibits no shortage of energy at The Warfield

MØPhotos by Norm de Veyra // Written by Kastania Victoria //

with Tei Shi //
The Warfield – San Francisco
March 19th, 2017 //

A packed house at The Warfield on a Sunday night welcomed the return of Danish singer and songwriter MØ (born Karen Marie Asgaard Ørsted), whose last Bay Area performance back in 2014 was a memorable one — when she wore an eye patch on the first day of Treasure Island Music Festival (read our review here) due to an eye infection.

Ørsted made mention of this at The Warfield, asking the crowd if it remembered her “pirate look from last time,” but she still harnessed a lighthearted, yet hyperactive and pumped-up attitude while onstage. The 28-year-old not only had the audience jumping the entire time, but she also came off casually fluid.

In the middle of her set, MØ went up to the venue’s balcony to perform amongst her fans. As she danced along to the music, it became clear that this was one of the best shows I’ve seen so far this year.

Don’t Wanna Dance
Waste of Time
Slow Love
Riot Gal
All I Do
One More (Elliphant cover)
Dust Is Gone
Cold Water (Major Lazer cover)
True Romance
Final Song

Don’t Leave (Snakehips & MØ cover)
Lean On (Major Lazer cover)

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