The Plot in You sold out St. Andrew’s Hall on the Detroit stop of their fall tour with support from Silent Planet, AVOID and Cane Hill.
The show follows the bands release of their new song, “Divide” produced by the band’s own Landon Tewers and mixed by Zakk Cervini (Bring Me TheHorizon, MGK, Yungblood.)
The band was eager to kick things off with a bang as they started with “Face Me” from their 2021 release, Swan Song. Immediately the crowd started moving and sending crowd surfers up to the front.
The majority of the band’s set included songs off their recent album. But rightfully so, the album has over 100 million streams and received praise from various press outlets. Fans screamed along to “Too Heavy” and “Paradigm.”
However, long time fans were also pleased when the band played “Time Changes Everything” and “Take Me Away” from their 2015 album Happiness in Self Destruction.
“Disposable Fix” shook the room when the bass dropped, making it the perfect crescendo to end the bands set.
For an encore, the band performed “Feel Nothing” – the popular single from Dispose. The song recently received gold certification in the U.S. It has over 2 million streams and is trending on TikTok.
The band recently released a new, cinematic version of the single, “Feel Nothing (Reset).”
Direct support for the evening was Silent Planet. The band expressed an abundance of gratitude for their fans, creating a strong sense of community in the room.
Their set featured their 2022 release, “:Signal:” as well as a fun on-stage feature from Avoid’s own Benny Scholl for “XX (City Grave).”
Silent Planet’s political lyricism and captivating stage presence kept the crowd on their feet. They made new fans of anyone who has not seen them live before.
AVOID released their new album Cult Mentality this year. Their unique blend of pop-punk angst with hardcore tones made them a perfect opening band for this tour.
The band opened their set with “Flashbang!”- encouraging movement from the crowd from the start. Scholl was full of smiles and energy both on and off the stage, joining the crowd multiple times throughout the set.
The first band of the night, Cane Hill, was easily one of the most anticipated sets outside of the headliner. Despite only having a six song set, the band was full of non stop heavy tracks including “Kill Me” and “Blood & Honey.”
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