During their recent Lollapalooza set, they covered Pink Floyd, Ghostface Killah, Oasis and Queen.
This is the breadth of Portugal. The Man.
When the psychedelic alt-rockers were last in Las Vegas, performing as part of the Life Is Beautiful festival this past October, they filled the evening air with sounds bright enough to illuminate the night.
The band’s set heavily mined their most recent record, “Evil Friends,” produced by Danger Mouse, which vacuum packs the band’s free-range approach to rock ’n’ roll into their tightest, most concise songs.
This go-round, they’ll be performing with a roof over their heads, but expect their sound to remain wide open.
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