Maggie Rogers has said that she has noticed since the pandemic that more people are suffering from panic attacks at her concerts.
The singer kicked off her “Feral Joy” US tour in support of her “Surrender” LP from last year, and this week she shared her thoughts about the crowd during concerts on TikTok.
“Something is happening on this tour that we have never experienced before,” he said in the video message, “and that is that we are seeing more weak people or panic attacks in the audience than ever before.”
She said: “Obviously it’s been a long time since we’ve been in crowds, and maybe concerts aren’t the most natural space after the few years we’ve spent in the pandemic, and I’ve never been more grateful for a poll. community than around my music because of how they care for each other.”
Then Rogers issued “a friendly reminder if you come to a show [por favor] stay hydrated, try not to lock your knees if you’re on your feet for a long time, take a few breaks, and do whatever you can to keep everyone around you safe and healthy.”
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In an interview with the BBC’s Newsbeat programme, Rogers said: “I think the Greens created a situation where people were at home, not around a lot of people.
“There was a lot of fear and anxiety about being in contact with other people having access to things like loud noise or music.”
In their review of Maggie Rogers’ concert at London’s Alexandra Palace late last year, NME wrote: “People have come here, to this space, wanting to let go. This is that moment. Rogers sends us on our way, a little lighter than we were before.
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