Fan Creates Video For Phish’s ‘More’

By Andy Kahn Dec 1, 2016 8:03 am PST

One of the 13 songs recorded by Phish for their recently released studio album Big Boat was the Trey Anastasio-penned “More.” The quartet played the song live for the first time in October at their Fall Tour opener in North Charleston, South Carolina and a creative fan has shared a video featuring the song.

YouTube user Kelly D. Morris posted the video that intersperses images of protests from around the United States with footage of Phish performing and photos of their fans. Here’s more from the description of what’s been dubbed “The More Project”:

After witnessing Phish’s performance of this song in Las Vegas on October 29, 2016, and in light of the difficulty 2016 has brought with it, I was inspired to make this video to help make sense of it all. I hope it brings you some lightness.

Thank you Trey Anastasio for writing such a powerful song, and thank you Phish for every note, every show, and every dance. The beautiful circus surrounding you is a testament to the joy you have given to all of us. My life is so much better because I’ve grown up as a phan. So lucky.

I looked for a website where anyone could go to volunteer and discovered If anyone wants to do more, it’s a great place to start.

Set aside a few minutes and watch the inspiring video for “More” here:

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