In this Dream Tour segment, the indie artist, Quinn Lewis, lets you know who he would like on his ultimate tour lineup. You can check out the feature, after the break.
I’m going to go a somewhat realistic (keyword somewhat) route with my Dream Tour just in case any of these artists see this and actually ask me to come out with them. A guy can dream. I wish I had super artsy or throwback choices but I’m pretty much going to describe a show I’d love to see and then throw myself on the front.
So we’d get my set out of the way and dive straight into Oh Wonder. They’re a band that I’ve loved since they started and I’ve seen probably seen all their live videos they’ve uploaded to YouTube. Their setup is amazing and I think we share a similar emotion in a lot of our songs so it’d be a good transition.
Then The Weeknd comes out and blows our faces off, followed by Sam Smith with Disclosure. This is just me selfishly wanting to see this back to back and maybe see them interact, I tried to sneak on stage to sing with them and a security guy is like, no no no, and I completely understand. Same thing with these guys they both just rip as front men and have some of my all-time favorite songs.
The final act I think I think has to be The 1975. They’re just one of those bands that deserves to close every show ever. By far the best show I’ve ever seen and I envy the way their full set has a storyline and flows so seamlessly. I’ve also never seen more people move to a band in my life. At some point, Adele and Chet Faker would be ripping on BGVs for them super casually and I finally sneak past the security guy and feature with them on a super “With A Little Help From My Friends” version of “If I Believe You” with everyone who’s played.
At this point, I guess my realistic-ness has worn out on this so I become best friends with all of them backstage.