By Chris Coutsoukis
Make no mistake about it, 311 is down for the unity. This Sunday, 311's annual 'Unity Tour' returned to Boston’s Blue Hills Bank Pavilion for a night of new music and fun in the sun.
Year after year, 'Unity Tour' has featured a diverse range of musical talent such as Sublime with Rome, Slightly Stoopid, and even Snoop Dogg. This year, 311 shook things up with the U.K.'s The Skints and New Politics, offering a fresh look and feel for the tour.
All summer long the band has been playing brand new music from their latest album, Mosaic. In typical fashion, 311 delivered on a hard-hitting set of fan favorites as well as breaking in new favorites like "Too Late," "Too Much To Think," "Til' the City’s on Fire," and "Wildfire." For anyone paying attention to the set list, the band played a lot of new music... and that's a good thing.
Mosaic offers an exciting evolution to 311's well established sound and is one of our favorite albums of the summer. Want more? Check out the band's latest album and tour schedule below.
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