It was really good, as you probably already knew. Good setlist too.
In the break before the encore this really excitable Spanish sounding guy started asking everyone around him what songs they wanted them to play for the encore. I shrugged and said I don’t mind as he seemed a little wired and I wasn’t overly keen to engage with him.
When they came on, he started shouting his requests of two songs (Today Is The Day and one other, I forget) to which they responded that they don’t do requests. Didn’t stop him though, he kept shouting like “One of those two songs, you don’t have a choice. It’s a dichotomy.” over and over. Not in an aggro way per se, but as they were tuning their instruments it was hard to ignore his constant shouting voice “It’s a dichotomy, it’s a dichotomy!”. Ira casually changed his guitar, ignoring the guy and then leaned into the mic and said “Well, we don’t have a choice” and they launched into Today Is The Day. The wired guy just went crazy with excitement. He also shouted at the end “I don’t even know what dichotomy means” which made me laugh.