Genre defying K.Flay, is nearing the end of her ‘Every Where Is Some Where Tour’ of the US, in support of their 2017 released album by the same name. Kelsie Bennett was there for Depth Magazine at her North Carolina show, and captured the experience for us with the following review and photo gallery.
“K.Flay is a captivating performer. With the assistance of her band, she delivered fierce, emotional vocals on Friday night at the Underground, Charlotte. Intense tracks like “Black Wave,” “Giver,” and “High Enough” riled the crowd up, but there were also quiet moments during songs such as “Hollywood Forever” and “Mean It.” She played two collaboration songs, first a dance track made with Louis the Child titled “It’s Strange” and secondly a more recent release with Robert DeLong, “Favorite Color is Blue.” During the encore, she reached as far back into her discography as 2010 to play “So Fast, So Maybe.”
While K.Flay’s lyrics are raw and honest on all of her records and EPs, witnessing them live brings a whole new energy to the music. That was particularly evident during her last song, “Slow March,” during which she reminded the crowd to, “Keep moving, keep your chin up, keep your head up,” before saying goodnight. K.Flay has mastered the fine line between emotional depth and a good time, and it makes her an exceptional artist both on and off the stage.”
There’s only a few more tour dates in Texas, before K.Flay continue on to Europe, also joining the Evolve World Tour with Imagine Dragons. More details: http://www.kflay.com/