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Two Humans Heirloom Arts Theatre Danbury CT Saturday May 10th 2014

Two (Super) Humans

Two (Super) Humans

Who needs prom when there’s Two Humans?  They played their second to last show ever at the Heirloom Arts Theatre, a venue I’d never been to before, but quickly learned as 2H took their places that the place gets intensely hot.  All I’ve been listening to is their music, and I’m not sure what I’m gonna do once their gone, but I’m soaking in every second of them still being a band.

They opened with “Head/Body” again, two tunes that flow seamlessly into each other and open up “Institute Of Living”.  What was fantastic about it is how it then went to “Beaux”, then “Gut” and “Bruce Museum”.  These first five songs of their last album are phenomenal, and playing them all back to back to back was really interesting to see live.  Jason Rule, frontman/guitarist/forever the ultimate ‘cool’ guy, blessed us all with his great range, sounding even better live than on the album.
Their whole set was perfection.  They played “Surf Nazi Mobile”, a classic summer anthem that essentially made the venue into a massive dance party.  To be honest, in the three other times I’ve seen Two Humans, I’ve never seen them have as much fun.  I know it won’t convince them to stay together or just constantly keep playing shows (please), but I’m glad that they could enjoy themselves.  They even played a rarity, “Sabbatical (College Song)”, one I never expected to hear.  To give you some indication of how hard the crowd went, some guy lost his shoe and everyone was not only drenched in sweat after, but I was drenched in other people’s sweat.  The energy was incredible.
I had tweeted at Jason, asking him to play “Bigger, Better Things” at the show, and they absolutely delivered.  Telling us it was “the last time you’re gonna hear it”, it felt so incredibly bittersweet, but hearing the song that got me to love the band in the first place was so surreal and nostalgic, that it felt like it would never end and was definitely the highlight of my evening.
The band closed with “Free Refills”, a ridiculously fun song off IOL and a song I put in my review of the album that I said would be amazing to see live, and my heart skipped a beat when they started to play it, the “You said my footsteps sound different.  You heard me coming home last night.  You wanted to talk about something and I just wanted to fight,” start to one of the best songs the band’s ever released.  This was also the last time we were going to hear this song, and everyone made it count.  There was a fabulous final moment of “And I got a letter from mommy, she said ‘Jason it is time you grew up.'”  When the song ended, the applause went on and we all wanted one more song but hey, we’re just gonna have to wait for their final show in July.

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