Old Dominion took the stage this weekend and channeled pop artist Dua Lipa during the show.
The “I Was On A Boat That Day” band shared a photo of frontman Matthew Ramsey “channeling” Lipa. The mid-jump shot captures Ramsey “levitating,” and the band couldn’t help including the nod to Lipa’s hit song that released last year. Lipa announced Monday morning (September 13) that she’s kicking off her “Future Nostalgia” Tour with special guests Megan Thee Stallion, Caroline Polachek and Lolo Zouaï.
Old Dominion debuted “I Was On A Boat That Day” earlier this year, just in time for summer. The track is about "letting this sun and the rum just do what it does,” as Ramsey sings: "Is she gone for the summer? / Gone for the night? / Gone for the weekend or the rest of my life? / Was she laughing? / Was she crying as she walked away? / I can't say / I was on a boat that day.” Earlier this summer, Old Dominion took to social media earlier this summer to give fans a snapshot of what happens backstage, and pre-show rituals include playing “I Won’t Back Down” by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, juggling fruit and more. Check out Old Dominion “channeling” Dua Lipa here: