Breaking the spell of the typical and enamoring a mesmerized crowd that was singing along to tracks dating back to the group’s 2006 self-titled debut release, New Orleans group, MuteMath, shined throughout their highly-anticipated stop at St. Andrew’s Hall in Detroit. Having released five studio albums that serve as ceaseless musical vitality, MuteMath draws a cultured array of unchained minds into a room to erode their hardness and soften rough edges with mysterious lyrical outpours of soul that are laced with depth and emotion. Kicking off with “War” from their 2017 release, ‘Play Dead’, and adding in fan favorites such as “Stall Out”, “Blood Pressure”, “Reset” and “Spotlight”, MuteMath brought a golden glow through their highly energetic performance that left the crowd intoxicated with childlike glee.
MuteMath has been rattling the stars while bending and stretching through creative inner realities that have led to the creation of an eclectic discography abounding with Psychedelic Rock and Electronic bliss that rapidly shifts through a kaleidoscopic array of thought. Although the rockers close out the ‘Play Dead’ Tour on Halloween at the House of Blues Chicago, be sure to check out the band’s shop to snag a copy of their latest release to encounter the magic for yourself.