STS9 Debut New Song, Bust Out "Poseidon" in Vail, CO
STS9 debuted a new song and busted out an oldie during a free, and also overcrowded, show at Ford Park in Vail, CO last night. The night kicked off with the debut of “Click Lang Echo” before the band surprised fans with their first “Poseidon” since September 24, 2004. The show also featured the second-ever renditions of “New Dawn, New Day” and “World Go Round,” which the band debuted during last week’s performance at the McDowell Mountain Music Festival.
Last night’s Vail gig was STS9’s second show with Alana Rocklin, who has taken over touring bass duties now that longtime bassist David Murphy is no longer a member of the band. As previously reported, the group cancelled their 2014 winter tour following Murphy’s abrupt departure, and they are currently working on a new album. STS9 have a number of festival dates scheduled for this summer, and they recently confirmed that at least one Red Rocks appearance is in the works for September.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlist
_Saturday, April 12, 2014, STS9, Ford PArk, Vail, CO*
Click Lang Echo* -> Hidden Hand Hidden Fist, GLOgli -> Grow, The Rabble, What is Love? New Dawn, New Day -> Poseidon^, World Go Round, Tap In, March -> 4 Year Puma, Scheme
Enc: Kabuki -> Breathe In
(*) first time played.
(^) last time played 09/24/2004