Twin Shadow got off to a late start—a 25-minute late start—after what appeared to be problems during sound check. And when all was said and done, George Lewis Jr. and his band played just five or so songs. It was a letdown for those, like me, who haven't caught the New Yorkers before (I was only recently sold on their form of new New Wave upon the release of 2012 record, Confess). At this point it would have been wise for Lewis to lead his players through a set of upbeat cuts off the new album, songs fans might not have heard before in a live setting. But he instead chose to cruise through slower material and tracks from debut record Forget—"Five Seconds" being one exception. It wasn't bad, per se. It just didn't pack the punch that an abbreviated set from a danceable band should. "Short and sweet," he said before announcing it would be the band's last tune. Well, it was certainly short.