The Disco Biscuits Debut ‘4th Of July’ In Burlington
The Disco Biscuits continued to add new material to their live setlists at Thursday’s show at Higher Ground in Burlington, Vermont. The band played the new song, “4th Of July,” during last night’s first set.
The first set debut was preceded by an opening “Save The Robots,” which was followed by the classic “Aceetobee.” Bisco segued into “Tempest” before making a return to finish “Aceetobee.” Next came “4th Of July,” an instrumental featuring cascading melodic interplay between guitarist Jon Gutwillig and keyboardist Aron Magner, while bassist Marc Brownstein and drummer Allen Aucoin supply a steady foundational groove. Following the first-timer, tDB closed the first set by wrapping “Mr. Don” around the recently debuted newcomer “Hero.”
“And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night” brought the Disco Biscuits back from setbreak. They segued into “Cyclone,” which then saw a return to “And The Ladies.” Another recent newly added original, “Station” — which like “Hero” was making its third Bisco setlist — came next. The second set was punctuated with “Reactor” surrounding a drop into “Lunar Pursuit.” Bisco’s Higher Ground performance ended with an encore made up of “Spy.”
Tonight, the Disco Biscuits play the first of two shows in Syracuse, New York. Watch pro-shot video of last night’s concert below:
Setlist (via the Disco Biscuits Facebook)
Set One: Save the Robots, Aceetobee -> Tempest -> Aceetobee, 4th of July* -> Mr. Don -> Hero -> Mr. Don
Set Two: And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night -> Cyclone -> And the Ladies Were the Rest of the Night, Station, Reactor -> Lunar Pursuit -> Reactor