When Cage the Elephant went into the studio to make their to start with album, singer Matt Shultz experienced a single notice for their producer: “‘I want to audio like Beck’s ‘Loser,’ ” he remembers declaring. Now, Cage are touring with their hero on their Evening Jogging tour, a double bill that recollects the monster alt-rock tours of the Nineties.
“I simply cannot say sufficient about how blown absent I have been,” states Shultz of Beck, who’s been opening with “Loser” before blasting by uptempo classics like “Devil’s Haircut.”
Cage are drawing closely from their dark, New Wave-y latest album, Social Cues, with a superior-principle general performance that has Shultz stripping seven levels of garments off his human body all through the established.
“I’m attempting to exhibit folks that I’m liked no matter what state I’m in, whether or not I’m lined in layers or wholly naked,” he points out.