The perfect spring break? How about playing six shows on your first headline tour? That’s exactly how college senior, Maude Latour’s spring break looked.
The up-and-coming pop icon and New York City native, Maude Latour, took the stage at the Amsterdam Bar & Hall on Saturday night (3/19) in St. Paul, MN to wrap up her spring break.
The night started with a brilliant set by Raffaella, who currently resides in Minnesota but is also a New York City native. Raffaella is supporting Maude at nine different stops throughout her debut headline tour. Rafaella is effortlessly talented and has been breaking into the music scene since her debut single, “Sororicide,” released in 2018. She played several songs at the Amsterdam including her unreleased song, “Blonde,” which drops on March 23rd. She warmed up the crowd and was a great addition to the show, we hope to see more of her in the future.
When Maude Latour took the stage it felt like a big party. It was like all of her biggest fans were in the room. The largely Gen Z crowd knew nearly every word of her discography and sang along, well more like screamed along, to every song. Maude started off with Furniture, which got the crowd pumped up, as it’s one of her most popular songs. As her set went on, she played two unreleased songs, “Lola” and “Trees” which both had a positive reaction from her fans (because why wouldn’t they love new music from her).
She ended the set with “Block Your Number” which had a ton of energy both on stage and throughout the crowd. Right before the chorus she had everyone get down low before absolutely losing it and going all out when the chorus hit. Needless to say, if you were in the crowd and standing still, you were doing it wrong. After the song ended, she ran off stage. When she came back out for the encore she played her hit “One More Weekend.” We thought that it was the perfect way to end the night.
You can tell that Maude is passionate about what she does. The energy she has on the stage is unmatched and she wants to connect with her fans in any way she can. She put on an entertaining show that made you wish the moment would last forever. We can’t wait to see what she does next!
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