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article imageReview: Of Monsters and Men delight at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 11, 2015 in Music
New York - On May 7, musical group Of Monsters and Men played at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, as part of their "Beneath the Skin" tour.
They began their set with "Thousand Eyes" and continued with such songs as "Human" and "Slow and Steady."
"Mountain Sound" was upbeat and captivating. It was followed by "Empire" and "Hunger." During "I of the Storm," the stage was decorated with white laser lights, and lead singer Nanna's atmospheric voice.
"Black Water" was a newly-released tune, which started out slow and built into a true vocal power-ballad. Nanna proved that she is a true song stylist.
"Silhouettes" was a haunting and dynamic vocal performance. They continued with such noteworthy tunes as "Crystals," "Lakehouse" and they closed with "Six Weeks," thus leaving their fans yearning for more music.
It is safe to say that they saved their two best songs for their encore. These included "Dirty Paws" and a stellar rendition of their smash hit single "Little Talks," which was a crystalline performance, where entire venue was reciting the lyrics verbatim.
The Verdict
Overall, Of Monsters and Men were delightful and entertaining at Hammerstein Ballroom. Their talent is raw and authentic. Their live show is worth checking out whenever they are in the area. This band knows how to rock. Their Hammerstein Ballroom show garnered 4.5 out of 5 stars.
For more information on the group Of Monsters and Men, check out their official website.
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