After three sold-out shows at the original New York Brooklyn Bowl, beloved funk band Vulfpeck flew across the pond for a string of European performances. After one night in Dublin, the quartet played another three sold-out shows at the Brooklyn Bowl in London.
Vulfpeck is the first band to play three consecutive sold-out shows at both Brooklyn Bowl locations. They did so within a two week period, giving them full authority to do whatever the duck they want.
With little to no proof of these performances, a few snippets have emerged that surely showcase just what’s going on over there. While it is nice to think that Europeans are spending their concert experiences fully “in the moment,” we are grateful to those who have shared these clips with those not able to be there. It is abundantly clear, from these videos, just how energetic and enthusiastic the crowds have been. Any fan of Vulfpeck can appreciate these precious moments!
Singer Antwaun Stanley was along on the road, and shared this touching video of the Dublin crowd singing along for an Earth-shattering “1612”:
Vulfpeck shared two live clips from London, while the crowd voluntarily sang the guitar notes of “Fugue State” and the Rhodes notes for “The Birdwatcher”:
Joe Dart sped things up in his esteemed “Beastly” solo, via Gili Dailes Photography:
Woody Goss jammed out a symphonic “Mean Girls”, while Jack Stratton orchestrated the madness, via Steve Barby:
Another beautiful snapshot memory was made backstage, as guest vocalist Antwaun Stanley led Theo Katzman and crew through a rendition of Al Green‘s “Simply Beautiful”:
Then they delivered…
Even Joey Dosik was there, touring in support of his recently released Game Winner EP. Enjoy his cover of The Beatles‘ “Don’t Let Me Down” with Jack Stratton and Theo Katzman.
Antwaun goes wild….
And the crowd goes wild….
Vulfpeck will release their newest full-length LP, The Beautiful Game on October 17th. As far as we know, only one of the ten tracks have been played live: “Cory Wong”, named after the brilliant guitarist featured on several Vulf recordings and frequent live performances. More about the new album here.
[photo via Instagram User @cathaldenis1138]