Dope Lemon – Huxley’s Neue Welt

Dope Lemon – Huxley’s Neue Welt

Photos by Travers Southwell

Dope Lemon, the Australian indie group led by Angus Stone, delivered a mesmerizing performance on Wednesday night at Huxley’s Neue Welt in Berlin. Emerging from thick smoke, the band treated the audience to a captivating blend of old and new songs from their extensive catalogue.

Dope Lemon’s music is a unique fusion of bluesy-psychedelic sounds and folk rock, and their live show brought this sonic tapestry to life. The stage was adorned with dark moody lights, setting the perfect atmosphere for their performance. The electric guitar solos added an extra layer of intensity, making for an unforgettable rock experience.

In the midst of the set, Angus Stone showcased his versatility by grabbing his harmonica and delivering a soulful rendition of “Hey Man, Don’t Look At Me Like That.” The haunting melody reverberated through the room, captivating everyone in attendance. Additionally, Angus previewed an unreleased track that left fans eagerly yearning for more.


Beyond the music, Angus charmed the crowd with his witty jokes and engaging stories, fostering a genuine connection with the audience. As the evening drew to a close, Dope Lemon returned for an encore performance of “Kids Falling In Love,” leaving the audience with a lingering sense of euphoria.

Angus Stone expressed his gratitude to the devoted fans, thanking them for their unwavering support and wishing them a safe journey home. Dope Lemon’s concert was a remarkable display of musical talent and stage presence, leaving no doubt that they are a force to be reckoned with in the indie music scene.