For those who were in attendance at Phish's New Year's Eve show at MSG, it was an experience unlike any other. The stage transformed into a pirate ship, and the band performed a third set that focused heavily on a nautical theme. Above, you can watch pro-shot video of the group's nearly 19-minute version of "A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing."
As balloons danced around the audience, Trey and the boys unleashed a jam-heavy version of the tune with spot-on improvisation. Trey explored a multitude of guitar sounds and Page contributed colorful keys while Mike and Jon provided a solid rhythm foundation, allowing the song to flow with a gentle ease.
The full concert audio for every performance is available for purchase through LivePhish.com. Earlier this month, the band shared pro-shot video of "Soul Planet" > "Auld Lang Syne" on YouTube as well.
At this time, Phish does not have any shows lined up for 2018. Trey Anastasio and Mike Gordonwill be touring with their own side projects (Trey is playing with TAB as well as solo acoustic shows, Mike will be performing with the Mike Gordon Band, and Fishman will be touring with The Mallett Brothers).
For concert tickets and more, check out Phish's Zumic artist page.