Django Django – Live At We Love Green Festival 2015 – Nights At The Roundtable: Festival Edition
. . . or click on the link here for Audio Player – Django, Django – live at We Love Green Festival – May 30, 2015 – Radio France Le Mouv.
Together for a little under 6 years, Django, Django have gotten some great reviews and a steadily growing fanbase since their debut album came out in 2012. Their latest album, Born Under Saturn, came out earlier in May to more great reviews and high-anticipation of their Summer tour.
They didn’t disappoint – and from the sounds of it, Django Django have grown a lot since they last did the We Love Green Festival a couple years ago. Growing in confidence and standout material, they are getting more animated and trying new things.
My money is on this band being around for a while – they have a great point-of-view – their take on New Psychedelia is refreshing and not at all laced in nostalgia – they’re expanding on the form and updating it. Their one-hour set goes by quickly and I was disappointed when it ended – always nice to leave the audience wanting more than begging for less.
I wouldn’t call Django, Django a new band on the scene, but I would call them a band in a growth process that bears keeping tabs on. It will be interesting to see what happens during this Festival season. I suspect their fanbase will grow even more. In addition to a packed Summer schedule, the tour schedule extends to December, making for a very busy year. I sense exhaustion, but I also sense a lot of new material coming out of it.
Crank it up, check it out and look for them coming to the U.S. late July and all through August. The info is on their website.
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