For the third year in a row, Paste partnered with our friends at Sennheiser to travel to Newport Folk Festival and capture one-of-a-kind live performances in an intimate setting where fans could be a part of the performance. Fans who stopped by the Paste Ruins were able to hear the sessions as they were recorded, and thanks to wireless headphones provided by Sennheiser the sound was as clear as if the audience was right on stage.
Newport Folk Fest is as renowned for fostering new artists as it is for featuring the bands whose music audience members have already grown to know and love. Langhorne Slim was undoubtably one of the latter, and passers-by at the Ruins were buzzing all day about the performance to come. It was well-deserved, too: Watch Langhorne Slim perform “The Way We Move” for yourself, live at Newport Folk Festival.