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Published: 2018/07/19

The String Cheese Incident Debut New Original in Colorado

Photo by Dylan Langille/ontheDL via The String Cheese Incident Instagram

Playing their second night at Colorado’s Dillon Amphitheater, The String Cheese Incident debuted a new, politically-charged original called “Illegal.”

The band punctuated their first set with live staples like an opening “Sometime A River,” a winding “Best Feeling” jam (that contained Bob Marley’s “Exodus”) and a set-closing “Water”> “Sand Dollar”> “Texas” segment.

The band then opened their second half with “Illegal,” new song by drummer Michael Travis about immigration. The band followed it up by jumping into a nice “Climb”> “Glad”> “Outside and Inside” jam, and then Kyle Hollingsworth’s “Falling Through The Cracks.”

Later, SCI closed their second consecutive Colorado show with a “Rhythm Of The Road” that bled into “Shine.” They encored with the bluegrass staple “High On A Mountaintop.”

Check out the full setlist below:

The String Cheese Incident
July 18, 2018
Dillon Amphitheater, Dillon, CO

Set I: Sometimes A River, Best Feeling > Exodus > Best Feeling > Bollymunster, Barstool, Water > Sand Dollar > Texas

Set II: Illegal*, Climb > Glad > Outside and Inside, Falling Through The Cracks, Sirens, Rhythm Of The Road > Shine

Enc: High On A Mountaintop

Notes: *New Travis original about immigration

Source: friendsofcheese.com

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