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Gallery: Young the Giant, Fitz and the Tantrums Summer Tour

By Tanmay Shankar

August 12, 2019 6:41 pm

COIN, an indie pop band from Nashville, Tennessee, opened for Fitz and the Tantrums and Young the Giant at The Forum in Inglewood on Saturday evening.

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On tour prior to the release of their third album, COIN performed a set which included their new hit single, “Crash My Car.”

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Fitz and the Tantrums kicked off the show with “Get Right Back” from their 2016 self-titled album.

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The band, founded in Los Angeles in 2008, was named for lead vocalist Michael Fitzpatrick.

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Joseph Karnes provides accompaniment for “Get Right Back” on the bass guitar.

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James King performs “Spark” on the saxophone, from the band’s 2013 album "More Than Just a Dream."

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Co-lead vocalist Noelle Scaggs bangs a tambourine to excite the crowd, as she performs “Spark” amid a backdrop of fog and orange light matching her outfit.

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Scaggs danced with Fitzpatrick throughout the performance.

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Fitzpatrick leads the band as they perform their 2010 single “Don’t Gotta Work It Out.”

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"Don’t Gotta Work It Out" was part of the Los Angeles-based band’s first studio album, “Pickin’ Up the Pieces,” which charted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers chart.

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Young the Giant’s lead vocalist Sameer Gadhia kicks off the second act of the evening with "Oblivion", from the band’s 2018 album “Mirror Master.”

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François Comtois accompanies band members on the drums.

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Jacob Tilley performs 2016 single “Something to Believe In,” which peaked at No. 13 on the U.S. alternative chart upon release.

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Bass guitarist Payam Doostzadeh beckons to the crowd as he accompanies the band to “Something to Believe In.”

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Gadhia flicks his hair back as he performs the band’s 2018 single “Heat of the Summer.”

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Tanmay Shankar | Assistant Photo editor
Tanmay is an Assistant Photo editor of the Daily Bruin. He covers the sports beat.
Tanmay is an Assistant Photo editor of the Daily Bruin. He covers the sports beat.
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