Poor Brandon. He was clearly suffering from end of tour voice issues (or perhaps he was overtly sick) but they rocked anyway. Sound was great - Crystal clear, the digital back drop stunning and the set list was a great spread of their (our) musical journey.
Set list was newest album based with mostly bastardized versions of the classics thrown in few and far between. The band put on a great performance but it's obvious that they're trying to steer away from the musical direction that made them popular to begin with. That being said, I probably won't see them next time they're down under.
Jimmy Eat world was really good, and positive...great attitude...Judah and the Lion was really good too. This was my 8th time seeing Incubus in concert, 1st being when they opened for Save Ferris, Goldfinger, and Sugar Ray back in the 90s. So I had taken a family of 5 to see Incubus for the first time to show them an absolutely amazing concert; My wife's present for Mother's Day. I had felt there was no real energy in Incubus's music last night, at least the kind that I remembered...feeling a soul to it...but maybe Brandon was having an off night, maybe there were technical difficulties throwing off the vibe. Either way, my feelings were reflected when my boy told me he felt the singer didn't like his own music...my boy is 11.