Despite the global scare caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, American rock band Tiny Moving Parts was able to excite every living cell of their Filipino fans as they rocked with the band’s frenetic performances during their live show at the Skydome, SM City North EDSA, last February 9, 2020.
To exercise sanitary measures, concertgoers were asked to fill out a health declaration form while marshalls at the venue checked everyone’s temperatures, sanitized their hands, and handed them disposable masks before entering the Skydome.
Composed of brothers Matthew (bass, vocals) and William Chevalier (drums), along with their cousin Dylan Mattheisen (guitar, vocals), the trio was back in the country after their first show in 2018 and delivered another heart-stopping show for their fans. The Manila show was part of their 2020 Asia Tour to promote their latest album, “Breathe,” under their new record label, Hopeless Records.
In a time of a life-threatening virus, Tiny Moving Parts was able to deliver a thrilling and blood-pumping set that kept the crowd wild and alive through the night. “We’re so happy to be back here for the second time. And seeing you all here is so cool,” said Dylan.
They performed some of their hit songs such as “Always Focused”, “Birdhouse”, “The Midwest Sky”, “Common Cold”, “Feel Alive”, “Icicles (Morning Glow)”, and the crowd favorite, “Vertebrae”.
Check out some of the highlights of the show below:
Tiny Moving Parts Live in Manila was presented by PULP Live World and Skesh Entertainment.