The shows went great! We were way more together than I expected us to be - our lead guitarist flew in the day of the first show and got to the venue just in time for sound check. We played a handful of new songs that sounded good and were well received considering how few people were in the audience when we played. It's a little sad being the opening band because so many people only show up for the headliner. But the people that were there enjoyed it - we even have proof via twitter of at least one new fan, so that's good.
Foxygen was awesome, they played the same set both nights and their band has grown a LOT since we saw them at solid sound. They're a 9-piece with two guitarists, drums, bass, keys, 3 backup singers, and Sam France as the frontman. They played a lot of new stuff which I think is great. I'm not sure if you listened to their new album yet but I'm interested to hear your thoughts when you do. It's very similar conceptually to their first album - lots of awesome ideas, very few traditional songs. It's a double album/concept album, so you have to treat it like one entity rather than an assortment of tracks. A lot of the negative reviews I've read so far haven't taken that into account.