Brighton‘s Natasha Khan was backed by an all-female three-piece band who traded instruments throughout the night, including violin, harpsichord, xylophone, flute, drums, guitars and keyboards.
The band created a mystical atmosphere with dark stage lighting and renaissance-style costumes replete with glittering headbands, which was mimicked by several girls in the audience.
“We’re two weeks into our American tour and we just went to the Grand Canyon, which was amazing,” Khan told the crowd, adding that she picked up a giant walking stick there, which she used as percussion on some songs.
Bat For Lashes previewed an atmospheric untitled new song, which featured haunting harmonies and a heavy bassline.
“This is our second time in LA in two months and it’s great to be back,” Khan told the crowd, who cheered loudly in response.
The recent Mercury Prize nominee played every track from her debut album ‘Fur & Gold’, as well as a cover of Waits‘ ‘Lonely’ during their 75 minute set.
–By our Los Angeles staff.