Madeon Plays two nights of ‘Good Faith’ at Terminal 5

Hugo Pierre Leclercq, a.k.a. Madeon wrapped up a two-night run at Terminal 5 on Friday, September 24th in support of 2019’s excellent LP Good Faith. The album was released back in November 2019, just a couple of months before COVID would force the music industry into lockdown. Madeon had completed a short first leg of the tour around the time of the release, and a planned second leg was never announced until earlier this spring when live music started to make a comeback.

Madeon at Terminal 5, 9/24/21 – Photo by BuscarPhoto

Good Faith is a lively mix of electropop and deep house elements, presented with very colorful collage-style visuals. Madeon is alone on stage, positioned on a small platform in the center of the stage and backed by a large LED screen. Flanked by two DJ tables on the sides, Madeon is in full-view and the perfectly symmetrical presentation is visually stunning and focuses the crowd’s attention towards center-stage the whole time. Even though the production was not overly large on stage, the lighting had no problem filling the cavernous Terminal 5.

Madeon at Terminal 5, 9/24/21 – Photo by BuscarPhoto

The tour continues on the east coast with a show in New Haven on Tuesday, 9/28 before heading out west for the remainder of the dates through October. See a full list of the tour dates HERE. Next up at Terminal 5 is Tinashé this Thursday, 9/30 followed by a stop on Dr. Dog’s final tour on October 2 – full list of shows at the venue can be found HERE.

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