TVD Live Shots: The Struts, World’s First Cinema, and Charming Liars at The Fillmore, 1/18

Proving that they can be knocked down but not knocked out, The Struts successfully navigated their way through COVID infections and restrictions to bring their rescheduled “Strange Days Are Over Tour” to San Francisco’s Fillmore.

While some fans might have understandably opted out, The Struts managed to assemble a large and rather cheery crowd, happy to sip their cocktails and dole out some deserved appreciation for openers Charming Liars and World’s First Cinema. But when the lights finally dimmed, and The Struts took the stage and those that had been waiting patiently for this moment—completely lost their shit.

Tearing right into “Primadonna Like Me” it was clear that the band hadn’t missed a beat during the last few months off and was ready to pick right back up where they left things with frontman Luke Spiller … bedecked in floofy pink showing off his legendary swagger. The crowd ate up every note and when Luke demanded they jump, the floor noticeably flexed and when he demanded they sing …well, that was completely unnecessary because they already were.

The Struts tore through their 1 hour and 10 minute set before ending the party with their breakthrough, “Could Have Been Me.”



Primadonna Like Me
Body Talks
Kiss This
I Hate How Much I Want You
Fire (Part 1)
One Night Only
Dirty Sexy Money
Low Key in Love
Mary Go Round (acoustic)
Put Your Money On Me
Put Your Hands Up / These Times Are Changing / Bulletproof Baby / All Dressed Up (With Nowhere to Go) / Only Just a Call Away / Where Did She Go
Am I Talking to the Champagne (or Talking to You)
Wild Child
I Do It So Well

Strange Days
Could Have Been Me

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