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

    Primavera Sound (Parc del Fòrum)

    Tour

    Date May 30, 2015
    City Barcelona, Spain
    Venue Primavera Sound (Parc del Fòrum)
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    Setlist

    • Bliss
    • Caught A Lite Sneeze
    • Crucify
    • In Your Room [Depeche Mode]
    • Silent All These Years
    • Cruel (w/bits of Sweet Sangria & Unrepentant Geraldines)
    • Precious Things
    • The Waitress
    • Toast
    • Code Red
    • Raspberry Swirl (w/You Spin Me Round [Dead or Alive]]
    • Cornflake Girl

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    1. Jose says:

      She was just great. Her voice sounded amazing (so much better than in 2011, when I saw her live in Paris), very powerful, hitting the highest notes perfectly. She also looked very relaxed, happy and beautiful. I would have loved her to play a bit longer, but the Festival only gave her one hour. However, the setlist was very well balanced, with a bit of this and that. In my opinion The Waitress was the best moment of the show. She nailed it. Silent All These Years was also a very moving moment because she asked us to sing along with her and there was a big crowd singing or at least humming the melody. Bliss was a great opener, by the way, very unexpected and fierce. She also played an ethereal, synth-like version of Toast, of course it was a nod to Barcelona and her first time in Spain in a long time. I hope she’ll return to Spain in a close future. The thousands of people gathered at Primavera Sound Festival proved that she has a huge fanbase in Spain.

    2. Alex says:

      Wow. What a show! After several years of having to travel to other countries to watch Tori play, it was wonderful to see her in Barcelona. Yes, it was only an hour (it went by so quickly), but what an hour!

      Me and my friends were wondering which type of set she would play here. We thought she might play it safe and choose a setlist focused on both Little Earthquakes and Under the Pink due to the reissues. What we witnessed was something completely different.

      Bliss as the opener was excellent. The energy was top-notch and the crowd was loving it as well.

      Caught a lite sneeze is one of my favourite songs, and I never get tired of getting it live.

      I’d say there’s not a single version of Crucify I’ve seen live that I didn’t like (solo, with band…), and this wasn’t an exception. I love she still does the powerful ending.

      Here, the first surprise! The Depeche Mode cover, which I never believed I’d see played there. The audience went crazy when the beat started and she switched to the keyboards. I have to comment that people seemed to love the piano – keyboard movements.

      During Silent All These Years, as Jose pointed out, she asked us to sing along with her. I looked around and most of us were singing or trying to at least. She looked very happy about it.

      Then, she said she was going to play something specially for us, and urged us to cross our fingers! When the beat and the synth playing started, I couldn’t really recognise what was going on. Then I got it was Cruel! Then, some different lyrics were added, and it took me some time to get they were from Sweet Sangria. And when I thought it couldn’t get any weirder, she sang some verses from Unrepentant Geraldines over a gorgeous piano melody. The experiment may look weird or awkward on video, but it was definitely an entrancing experience there.

      Precious Things was as fierce as it can get, with the growling bit in “giiiiirrrl”, and the audience going absolutely bonkers!

      Another special moment was when she started playing the piano with a reverb effect and… “ah aaaaahhh”. What’s this? Is this possible? Is she going to play The Waitress? Indeed! And what a version! Completely powerful, switching to the synths during the “I believe in peace, bitch” parts, nailing the high notes, and even including some more high notes in the end. I think this performance got the loudest applauses, after Cornflake Girl, obviously.

      Me and my friends had talked about the possibility that Toast might be played, and we weren’t disappointed. The version was very sweet and beautiful, if I remember correctly, she made some emphasis on the “to let you go” bit. Hearing all the audience (or most of it) chanting the last Barcelona, while she was smiling to us was priceless.

      Then, another “finger crossing” moment, so we knew something special was coming out. It was a rather interesting version of Code Red, with loops and played on the synths. It was radically different from the version she did on the American Doll Posse Tour, but I enjoyed it.

      I don’t remember if it was at this point, but there was a girl in the front row who had apparently fainted. The security guys were trying to help her, and Tori noticed. She didn’t hesitate, stood up and tried to give her bottle of water to a security guy who didn’t notice until some audience members pointed it out to him. It was such as nice gesture.

      Then, a beat started, and Raspberry Swirl managed to make the audience clap and vibrate. She seemed in such a good mood too!

      The final song was, obviously, Cornflake Girl. I hadn’t heard the version she plays nowadays, with the backing track. I would’ve preferred a solo version, but seeing how the audience reacted, it was what she needed to finish a short but intense show. She seemed genuinely happy to be there, and of course, we were too. It was worth the wait.

      I really hope she comes back to Spain. I think promoters hadn’t brought her because they didn’t know if people would be interested on her show, but seeing how many people were gathered there…it wouldn’t be weird to see her again, even if it’s in a festival setting.

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