Review: GRYFFIN at The Observatory, OC

April 18, 2017 -

Daily Beat Staff

On Thursday, April 6th, GRYFFIN performed a stellar, livetronic show at The Observatory in Orange County. Much like the mythological triadic being, he displayed triadic talent by playing the piano, electronic guitar and electronic drum pad. From originals like "Whole Heart" and "Feel Good" to celebrated remixes like Years and Years's "Desire" and Snakehips's "Don't Leave," the night was filled with energy from the highs to the lows. He also debuted his sunny spin on Sigrid's "Don't Kill My Vibe" and this killer stance:




Whether your coming weekend involves running around Indio's sunny fields or scrolling through Instagram to satisfy your Coachella-induced FOMO, you can catch his set at the Sahara Tent on Saturday from 5:10 - 6:00 PM or get tickets to his upcoming shows.

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