Concert Review Jon Bellion Brings The Human Condition Tour to Austin, TX Posted by Jesus A. • September 26, 2017
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Jon Bellion Brings The Human Condition Tour to Austin, TX
Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta Jon Bellion performing at Stubb's in Austin, TX. Photo by Jesus A. Acosta

The “All Time Low” singer and producer brought his high energy The Human Condition Part III to Austin, TX on September 21st, 2017 with support from frequent collaborator and recent Universal signee, Travis Mendes.

Throughout the night, Bellion proved to be a firecracker on stage, reinventing his creations for a kinetic live show. The energy kept escalating as Bellion performed an eclectic setlist consisting on tracks from The Definition and his newest album The Human Condition.

Despite its highly animated nature, Bellion’s performance was not devoid of emotional moments, with the highlights being 2014’s “Human” and the complex “Hand of God (Outro).” During the latter, every hand was up, discouraging people from filming and inviting them to enjoy the synergy in the room, as Bellion commanded them to sing during the track’s climax.

The New York native is known for being a sound chameleon, going from penning songs for Rihanna to achieving his first multi-platinum solo single, and his set is a clear testament of it, covering ground from straight up pop songs, to rap and to a funky rendition of “Luxury”, prefaced by the claim that radio music is missing “groove” nowadays.

Bellion said goodbye to an ocean of no’s and quickly came back to perform fan-favorite “Jim Morrison” ending the night on a high note, leaving his fans with the promise of new music coming soon. And for that, we cannot wait.

Check out our photo recap above.

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