[Photo by: TandA Media/YouTube]
Fans at the first of Saosin's sold-out, four-night stand at SoCal's Chain Reaction got a special treat on Monday when Anthony Green and the band dusted off “Voices” from their 2006 debut album. Watch it below.
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“I didn't write this shit, but this is one of my favorite Saosin songs,” Green announced at the start of the encore performance, as captured by TandA Media. The tune was initially recorded with Saosin singer Cove Reber, who supplanted original vocalist Green on their first LP. To the delight of concertgoers, a reinstated Green (who returned to the band in 2014 after starting Circa Survive) revived the classic track with Saosin for the capacity crowd.
The night before the gig, Green shared that he was listening to “Voices” on his Instagram Story, hinting at the possibility of the Orange County rockers delving into their early and mid-period material recorded with replacement Reber—an incredible notion which came to harmonious fruition at Monday night's concert in Anaheim, California. Saosin perform again tonight, Jan. 10, and tomorrow, Jan. 11, at Chain Reaction; both shows are sold out.
Fans are reportedly hoping for a Reber cameo at one of the next two Saosin gigs, since he apparently lives nearby. And even though Green and Reber speak in different voices, why can't we say what we're thinking of?
A video of Saosin's full set is said to be coming soon.
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