Almost exactly a year after their show in 2009, Holy Fuck returned to the Grog Shop with their experimental electro-rock. Last year’s show was probably one of my favorite summer shows, with a diverse crowd that went from head-nodding to all-out dancing in very little time. This years show had much more drive behind it, with Holy Fuck having just released their third album, Latin, and touring the U.S. nonstop. The show was much more crowded than I would’ve imagine, and the crowd was especially strange from what I could tell. But I found a nice spot on the side stage leaning against a speaker, and had a great vantage point for the whole show. Their newest addition to their show were this lights on the floor that were linked up to the soundboard, so during their loudest parts the lights would be madness. Their setlist included songs from their self-titled (“Super Inuit”, “Lovely Allen”, “The Pulse”), Latin (“1MD”, “Red Lights”, “Latin America”, “Stay Lit”, “Silva & Grimes”). The biggest surprises for me was how arena-rock ready they sounded on “Stay Lit”, and how they pulled out “The Pulse” near the end of their set. I got a video of Latin‘s opening track “1MD”, leading into funky jam “Red Lights”, and check out some of the photos. Most of them are pretty blurry, but they actually captured the show pretty well. Jump for videos of “Super Inuit” and “1MD/Red Lights” and a bunch of photos.