Rüfüs Du Sol make an unforgettable return to live music, for their first show back post-pandemic. The trio headlined Red Rocks Amphitheatre for a two-day event, August 11th and 12th. The Australian, alternative dance group were accompanied by opening acts Cassian and Monolink, selling out the show both days.
The band started the night off strong by opening with their Grammy award-winning single, ‘Underwater.’ Fed by the momentum of the crowd, the trio consistently delivered throughout the entire set, playing both old and new tracks. The group gifted fans with several new songs, including their single ‘Next To Me,’ which was released a few hours prior to the show. Aside from some of their newer singles, the boys stuck to their roots, performing singles from their 2016 album, Bloom and from their Grammy award-winning album, SOLACE.
The group worked in synch, all while displaying each one of their own individual talents. Each on their own separate platform, every member delivered their peak performance, working together to create a very special experience. Leading vocalist Tyrone Lindqvist, left the audience speechless, with his vocals that sounded identical live to their published works.
This set was the perfect prompt at unity, for bringing people back together through live music. It’s a special moment when a group of artists can connect over 9,500 people through instruments, production and showmanship. Overall, the band delivered no disappointments, fulfilling fans physically and emotionally. Stream two of their new songs below, as we patiently await their highly-anticipated upcoming album.