After taking two years off from the costumed-set Halloween holiday tradition they had famously crafted, Phish returned to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City for a three-night run and started it off with arguably one of THE most important shows of their 30-year career. In one of their Phish-iest moves yet, one that will be debated by the community forever, Trey, Mike, Page and Jon collectively decided to cover their future selves in a show they called Wingsuit, debuted as twelve new songs from an unrecorded album that nobody but the band had heard before. Songs so fresh, we now know, that the band said they may change once the recording sessions start in Nashville with Producer Bob Ezrin this week.
Just before showtime as the news hit social media, our crew gathered outside and began talking about this epic Halloween decision. Some still thought it could be a prank and rumored frontrunners Rock of Ages and Eat A Peach would still get the treatment. But once I read the inside of the Phishbill I could tell this was the real deal. Phish was excited to share what they had been working on, and with everyone already donning a costume for Halloween — friends, family, diehards in town — they couldn’t wait any longer to show us their future selves. Read more…
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