his show at the Cal Academy of Science was a very intimate one.
he set up a couple of his new songs off of his new EP "An Arguement With Myself"
like "Waiting for Kirsten" because there was a bit to know about how they don't have VIP in Gotenburg.
he did a nice slow and easy rendition of "Black Cab"
"A Summer Night On Hammer Hill" was a joy for all those who were intoxicated & knew how to repeat.
but where he really shined, was when he did these last couple songs where he would get on his MIDI controller or idk what it was on stage, (that provided the back up sounds like strings and bass,) and manipulate it to interlude to another song. he did this THREE TIMES for his Encore 1 and ENCORE 2.
i really hope he comes out with that new album soon so i can see him again.
he definitely has this unwavering, coy, and school-boyish charm about him.
stage presence is definitely warm and amiable.
he is one of the few artists who you want to go see live and sing along with and be engaged in his Asides in between songs.
Jens is my idol.