Sylvan Esso make a big splash at the Commodore (PHOTOS)

Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso played the Commodore this past weekend. The electro-pop duo based in Durham, North Carolina, made Vancouver their last stop on their six week world tour. The pair made a big splash, selling out venues everywhere including the Commodore.

See below for photos:

Singer Amelia Meath displaying some serious vocals.

 

Despite a full-house, Meath ethereal voice permeates throughout the crowd.

 

Meath's fluid movement on-stage is absolutely hypnotizing.

 

Electro-pop duo, Meath and Sanborn provide an unbeatable live performance and memorable night to their Vancouver fans.

More in Music

Marcus King Band brings Southern Blues North of the border for the first time

This week Marcus King and his five-piece band played the Commodore Ballroom. It was the first time King had played in Vancouver and fans were ecstatic for his arrival. The venue was packed brimming...

"Voices Appeared" to silent Maid

Orlando Consort sets Dreyer's Saint Joan masterpiece to 15th century scores

Mt. St. Hille's pyroclastic gems

Veda Hille self-celebrates a life well-lived in idiosyncratic solo show "Little Volcano"
Speak up about this article on Facebook or Twitter. Do this by liking Vancouver Observer on Facebook or following us @Vanobserver on Twitter. We'd love to hear from you.