Supergrass Lights Up the Wiltern in Long-Overdue Return to the States: Concert Review

No one told the almost 2,000-strong audience at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles that Supergrass was never as big in North America as it was in its native U.K. After an almost decade-long break-up and reformation in 2019, the excitement for the band’s singular-sounding exuberant pop/rock, which never really went away, is reignited. The group was scheduled to perform at a few stops Stateside in April 2020, which, for obvious reasons had to be postponed. The upside to this was the heightened anticipation for this long-overdue Wiltern show.

Considering how many other shows were happening in Los Angeles that evening, not the least of which was Paul McCartney’s

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