If you like to get groovy, NAO’s shows are the place to be.
Omär gets the crowd warmed up with groovy hits like “Blind Man” and “Afraid,” even performing some forthcoming releases with “Thief.”
Once the crowds settle and the lights dim, NAO emerges from stage-right met with uproarious applause. “I hope you find your way,” NAO begins in acapella, settling down in front of the barricade. She’s backed by a unique backdrop of semicircles.
Complete with a 15 song setlist and two tracks encore, NAO strung the crowd along for a dance party, set with her angelic vocals over funky beats. Between more prominent hits like “Make It Out Alive” (SiR made a special appearance) and “Drive and Disconnect,” she expertly sprinkles in some older songs like “Fool to Love,” “Inhale Exhale,” and even “Bad Blood.” Crowd favorites with beloved Mura Masa like “Complicated” and “Firefly” were met with great enthusiasm as well. With an album that talks about everything from spiritual healing to moving on, Saturn has it covered.
You can catch NAO on the rest of her Saturn World Tour here.