LIVE: LPX Gives It All She's Got on the Last Night of Tour
It's a surprisingly warm September night, and Chicagoans are ready to get their weekend started as they pack into Uptown's Riviera Theatre to see LPX and the Haim sisters. After making music as the duo MS MR with Max Hershenow, Lizzy Plapinger has now ventured out with a new solo project called LPX. The Chicago show on Friday night marked the final stop of Plapinger's first LPX tour, and she completely rocked her short but sweet support slot. Before she took the stage, Plapinger posted on social media that she was going to give this last show all she's got, and she and her band did not let the sold out crowd down as she bounced around the stage in a bright red jumpsuit singing her high energy tunes. The thirty minute set included LPX's released singles "Tremble" and "Tightrope" as well a cover of "Deceptacon" and a few unreleased tracks that will be released soon. Plapinger never disappointed when she played live with MS MR, always delivering flawless vocals while engaging the crowd and constantly moving, and her debut Chicago performance as LPX showed that this project will not be any different in that aspect.
Listen to LPX's latest single with What So Not, "Better," below!