Friday night at the Midland, the Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men, touring in support of its second album, “Beneath the Skin,” unleashed a barrage of tuneful, high-energy folk-rock anthems, most of them loaded with hearty singalong choruses that kept the sellout crowd of more than 3,000 engaged all night.
Friday night at the Midland, the Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men, touring in support of its second album, “Beneath the Skin,” unleashed a barrage of tuneful, high-energy folk-rock anthems, most of them loaded with hearty singalong choruses that kept the sellout crowd of more than 3,000 engaged all night. File photo by MEREDITH TRUAX Meredith Truax
Friday night at the Midland, the Icelandic band Of Monsters and Men, touring in support of its second album, “Beneath the Skin,” unleashed a barrage of tuneful, high-energy folk-rock anthems, most of them loaded with hearty singalong choruses that kept the sellout crowd of more than 3,000 engaged all night. File photo by MEREDITH TRUAX Meredith Truax
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Of Monsters and Men delivers a foot-stomping time to sold-out Midland

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