The summer-like vibe was kicked off by energetic openers Wunder Wunder, the brainchild of Miami Horror’s Aaron Shanahan and Benjamin Plant who play a catchy blend of lo-fi west coast surf-pop. The trio breezed through a set of synthy surf-pysch blues with surprising power and swagger.
Greene and co. hit the stage opening with the meta-summer anthem "It All Feels Right," and rolled through an hour of highlights across three albums worth of material.
Greene switched between his jangly acoustic guitar and a micro synth as the set evolved. The sound sparkled through a haze of fog and minimal lights before the show really opened up about mid way through the night.
Washed Out has such a lush and dreamy aesthetic to their music that it's almost strange to see human beings playing on stage. However, Greene's band brought a twist of personality to the swirling amorphous tunes. The light show was a perfect compliment to the music, keeping the band in the background with vivid colors washing over the stage.