After spending two weekends in Indio, CA playing legendary sets before thousands of fans at Coachella, Rüfüs Du Sol made their way to Seattle, Washington to play a sold out show at WaMu Theater. With only 11 tour dates on their North American Tour, Rüfüs Du Sol made sure to make the most of it. Lastlings, a brother and sister duo, opened up with a 40 minute set of soft pop vocals backed by intense and electric techno beats. Amy, the lead singer bounced around the stage while somehow keeping perfect pitch the entire set. Lastlings were one of those openers that are 100% worth coming early for. After Lastlings set the stage crew quickly shuffled things around to prepare for Rüfüs’ elaborate and unique stage setup. On the stage, were 3 elevated tiny separate stages, one for each member of the band. Rüfüs Du Sol had a dramatic, hypnotic strobe light entrance; when the lights finally seized the boys took their spots on the stage and they began to play Eyes. The trio had an intense energy the whole night, feeding off of each other and the crowds energy. Tyrone, lead singer, was quick to get involved with the crowd: during the second song Tyrone went into the pit area and hopped the barrier to be engulfed by the sea of fans that awaited him. The entire night the boys would take breaks in between songs to proclaim their love for North America and how happy and grateful they are to have dedicated fans. Rüfüs truly does put on a unique show with their ability to do EDM music with live instruments and impeccable vocals. Although the boys don’t spend much time in the U.S, if they ever come to your city, we suggest you grab a ticket quick, before they sell out.
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