The Disco Biscuits delivered the middle show in its rescheduled three-night run at The Caverns in Pelham, TN on Saturday. The subterranean concert saw the trancefusion pioneers perform the first-ever inverted “Caterpillar”.

The first set began with a run through “Resurrection”, the first take on the Aron Magner composition since 12/14/19. The Disco Biscuits then taught the audience “The Safety Dance”, with the Men Without Hats cover rolling straight into “Sound One”. The music never stopped as a transition into “Orch Theme” brought up a set-closing “Digital Buddha”.

The Disco Biscuits – “Resurrection” > “The Safety Dance” (Men Without Hats) > “Sound One” – 11/20/21 [Pro-Shot]

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Returning for the second frame, Bisco kicked things off with “Spectacle”. This rolled into an unfinished rendition of Jon “Barber” Gutwillig‘s composition “The Overture”, ahead of “Hero”. Though The Disco Biscuits are known for their unique inversions of songs, somehow the original “Caterpillar” had never received the inversion treatment in its 18-year existence since being debuted properly on 10/23/03 (the song first appeared without lyrics on 7/19/03, per Phantasy Tour). That all changed on Saturday as the band gave an old song new tricks ahead of “Evolve” and a take on Pink Floyd‘s “Run Like Hell” that brought the second frame to a close.

Taking The Caverns stage once again, The Disco Biscuits closed out the evening with a “Once The Fiddler Paid” encore. The band returns to The Caverns tonight, November 21st, to finish out the run. For tickets and a full list of tour dates visit the band’s website.

Scroll down to check out galleries of images from the show courtesy of photographers Keith Griner and Christian Stewart.

Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The Caverns | Pelham, TN | 11/20/21

Set One: Resurrection > The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) > Sound One > Orch Theme > Digital Buddha

Set Two: Spectacle > The Overture [1] > Hero > Caterpillar [2] > Evolve > Run Like Hell (Pink Floyd)

Encore: Once The Fiddler Paid

[1] unfinished
[2] inverted version (first ever inverted Caterpillar)