The charismatic five-man band delivered 19-minutes of goodness with jazzy support by saxophonist Braxton Cook.
Starting off with “Compromise” from their 2015 release Yesterday’s Tomorrow, the crew got the crowd pumping with the uptempo number about finding love at the wrong time.
Next, the quintet dived into “One Man Band,” a selection from their recent project mō’zā-ik.
“Damn yall, I’m tryna take in the moment, you know?,” said the lead vocalist Elbee Thrie to the crowd, as he soaked in experience halfway into their set.
Following his exclamation, the band followed up with their smooth and mellow tune “Cookie Crumble.” Phony Ppl wrapped their show with Why iii Love The Moon,” another Yesterday’s Tomorrow song. Each band member got a brief solo to showcase their musical skills.
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