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    Tour Status

    Tori is touring in support of the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The tour is in Europe from May through June, South Africa at the end of June, and North America in July and August. Additional dates are expected to be announced but are not yet known.

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    Current Release

    Unrepentant Geraldines (album, 2014)
    Release Dates:
    May 9 - Germany/Netherlands
    May 12 - UK/France
    May 13 - North America
    May 16 - Australia

    Bob Carr Performing Arts Center

    Unrepentant Geraldines Tour

    Date August 23, 2014
    City Orlando, FL
    Venue Bob Carr Performing Arts Center
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    Setlist

    Thanks to @chaosbird and @ErikaJL and @lorraine_eakin and @merboimalarky and @fishydishcloth for the tweets from the show!

    There were two deviations from the printed setlist: “Litle Earthquakes” replaced “Sugar” and “Hey Jupiter” replaced “Gold Dust.”

    Tonight’s show started at 9:06pm and ended at 11:06pm.

    • Parasol
    • Space Dog
    • Flying Dutchman
    • Spark
    • a sorta fairytale
    • Ruby Through The Looking Glass
    • Girl
    • Oysters
    • Father Lucifer
    • Invisible Boy

    Lizard Lounge

    • Wicked Little Town [Hedwig and the Angry Inch]
    • Boys of Summer [Don Henley]

    • Muhammad My Friend
    • Suede
    • Little Earthquakes
    • Mountain
    • iieee
    • Cornflake Girl

    Encore

    • Precious Things
    • Wedding Day
    • Talula
    • Hey Jupiter

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    Reviews

    1. Ashley Osterer says:

      Holy f**king Jupiter!

      Got a peek of the original setlist during the M&G – featured here., spring haze, power of orange knickers, earthquakes, upside down, black dove, america, drive all night (?), twinkle, november rain or tina turner for lizard lounge. huge difference from final – interesting!

      Editor's note: Pretty sure that setlist was just some fans making a wishlist of songs for the show and formatting a Word document to look like the ones that have been photographed after the shows.

      “Sugar” was my request. During M&G I asked Tori how many sugars she takes in her tea (btw she uses a few teaspoons of liquid sugar, but no sugar during the summer in iced tea). Was disappointed that she didn’t play it until I saw that it was on the final setlist but replaced with Earthquakes because a) Earthquakes was incredible and b) guys, Tori DOES love me!

      Also saw Tash several times, she even signed a CD for me and was super cute.

      Standouts for me were Spark, Muhammed, Earthquakes, Talula (she was SO HAPPY), and a sort of Dakota-esque (and unbelievable) Hey Jupiter. Also, Boys of Summer was a beautiful surprise.

    2. Lorraine Eakin says:

      Tori seems determined on this tour not to shortchange anybody. Almost every set has had a debut, a rarity, or a fiercely intense performance of a familiar song that makes you love it all over again. And lots of the shows have had all three!

      This show was a good balance of quiet and loud, angry and sad, red and blue. The set didn’t feel lopsided in any way. Space Dog was a real crowd pleaser and worked well on the two instruments. She was playing the “deck the halls” line on the keyboard and just as I was thinking “but the ‘heard she’d gone/moved into a trailer park’ bit should really be on the Bosey…” she switched instruments. Gorgeous version, and it tied nicely with the space themes of Flying Dutchman.

      During Spark and Fairytale you could hear folks singing along throughout the auditorium (which is usually only obvious during LE songs). Ruby and Girl was another smart matchup thematically. Considering how infrequently she plays it, Girl was played confidently and intensely. The switches between the piano and keyboard were genius here.

      Oysters is a song that can come to any party, as far as I’m concerned. I can’t imagine a situation where I’d be all “damn, Oysters again.” Invisible Boy was a nice comedown from Father Lucifer, and was quietly touching.

      She took a bit of time to get herself together for Wicked Little Town and it was worth the wait! People kept yelling things at her and screaming Happy Birthday and she kind of waved them off, as in yeah, yeah, yeah, love you back, but I need to figure out these chords. I figured people would really be excited about her doing this one. It was beautiful! And I personally love the song Boys of Summer, so I was tickled to see that one, even if she’s done it before.

      She started playing something kind of stark on the keyboard that I didn’t recognize that turned out to be a song I’ve been waiting 16 years to hear, Muhammad My Friend. Again, considering she doesn’t do it that often, she nailed it – playing the crap out of that Bosey. And I must have only watched the first minute or so of the videos of her performances of Mountain for this tour – I remember thinking “oh, kind of slow and different, meh.” Yeah, until halfway through the song when she switches to the piano and starts playing full speed ahead. It reminded me of the “never was one for a prissy girl” part of Siren where she’ll play faster and faster into a fevered pitch and then, suddenly, the song is over and you want more. Mountain is a badass. I’m sorry I ever doubted!

      I just might be the only person in the room more interested in hearing Hey Jupiter than Gold Dust. But I hadn’t seen Jupiter on this tour yet, and this was a really great version. Done mostly on the keyboard with the “I go from day to day” part included. I’m no musician, but the musical piece between the verses sounds now like what the quartet had played in their reworking of the song in 2011. This song has definitely undergone some transformations, from harmonium to piano to band to a keyboard that sounds harmonium-like. But it’s still devastatingly sad and lovely, no matter how you cut it.

      Interestingly, this is the first show I’ve seen on this tour without any of the “trinity” of LE songs: Winter, Crucify, or Silent All These Years. Also, on this tour I’ve seen 14 Pele songs, which is a welcome embarrassment of riches. If she ever decides to do a show of just one album…Pele please.

      Can’t wait to see what this woman has in store for Miami!

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