Muna at The Fillmore

Post Author: Greg Chow

The second night of a 2-night stand in San Francisco

Indie pop trio Muna played two nights at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Out on tour in support of their self-titled third record (and first for Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory imprint), the band–singer Katie Gavin and guitarists Josette Maskin and Naomi McPherson–played two raucous, joyful nights to an adoring packed house. Pop-punk band Meet Me @ The Altar, fresh off playing the first date of the When We Were Young festival in Las Vegas the day before, opened the show, with singer Edith Victoria joining Muna onstage to sing Bridgers’ part in their single “Silk Chiffon” to close out the show.