Scorching July temperatures and high humidity didn’t deter five hot acts at Detroit’s Mo Pop Festival on Sunday.
Mac DeMarco, Father John Misty, Matt and Kim, The Head and the Heart and M83 shined during the closing day of the indie rock festival with memorable summer sets at West Riverfront Park.
The Stratton Setlist captured the artists in action before thousands of sweaty, energetic festivalgoers.
Editor’s Note: I’d like to thank Soundtrack Alley’s “Plunge Into Oblivion” post for inspiring the latest song I’ve added to The Stratton Setlist.
M83’s “Midnight City” reminds me why I love being a night person.
In my mind, Anthony Gonzalez’s signature song conjures up images of crowded concerts, booming city streets and urban adventures.
It beckons me to visit the city, catch a show at a small club and seek refuge from my daily life.
One of the song’s iconic lyrics, “The city is my church/It wraps me in its binding twilight,” sums up my love of night life.
Each night, I experience a sense of renewal after 8 p.m. It’s the time of day when routines retire, creativity flares and thoughts soar toward future possibilities.
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