Porter Robinson's beloved sophomore album, Nurture, came alive this month at the artist's hallmark Second Sky music festival. Now, the stunning live set is available to stream in its entirety on YouTube.
Uploaded by Robinson himself, the concert video takes fans beyond the classic crowd view with up-close-and-personal camera angles. Meanwhile, scene-setting wide shots come complete with fireworks and larger-than-life visuals—note its light sensitivity and epilepsy warning. The clearly audible audience also adds energy with epic singalong moments and cathartic cheers.
Featuring live vocals, piano and synths, the show even transports back to Robinson's Worlds era with special versions of "Sad Machine," "Shelter" with Madeon, and "Flicker."
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