Sylvan Esso make a big splash at the Commodore (PHOTOS)

Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso played the Commodore this past weekend. The electro-pop duo based in Durham, North Carolina, made Vancouver their last stop on their six week world tour. The pair made a big splash, selling out venues everywhere including the Commodore.

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Singer Amelia Meath displaying some serious vocals.

 

Despite a full-house, Meath ethereal voice permeates throughout the crowd.

 

Meath's fluid movement on-stage is absolutely hypnotizing.

 

Electro-pop duo, Meath and Sanborn provide an unbeatable live performance and memorable night to their Vancouver fans.

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