The Fillmore in Philadelphia hosted the second of three straight hometown shows for The Disco Biscuits Friday night. The quartet was expanded to an octet for portions of the concert that featured guests in the form of the Swift Technique Horns, including during a debut David Bowie cover.
The show kicked off with rendition of “Bernstein And Chasnoff” that was injected with a performance of “Voices Insane.” Following “The Very Moon” the four-piece Swift Technique Horns were brought out to augment a bust out cover of Rick James’ “Give It To Me Baby,” which had been played by Bisco once before on Halloween in 2015. The ending of “Morph Dusseldorf” also ended the first set.
The horns were on stage at the start of the second set for the opening “King Of The World.” The hometown brass was also enlisted for the subsequent debut cover of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance.” An inverted “Humuhumunukunukuapua’a” was trailed by “Astronaut” which was followed by the inverted rarity “Down To The Bottom.” Set two wrapped with the ending of “Confrontation” and “On Time” served as the encore.
Bisco returns to The Fillmore again tonight for the finale of their three-night stand. A free webcast is available via the band’s YouTube channel. Watch pro-shot video footage of all of last night’s tDB show in Philly below:
Setlist (via tDB PT)
Set One: Bernstein And Chasnoff > Voices Insane > Bernstein And Chasnoff, The Very Moon > Give It To Me Baby > Morph Dusseldorf
Set Two: King Of The World, Let’s Dance[4,2] > Humuhumunukunukuapua’a > Astronaut > Down To The Bottom > Confrontation
Encore: On Time
-  unfinished
-  with Swift Technique horns
-  ending only
-  first time played (David Bowie cover)
-  inverted version
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