The set drew heavily from their last three albums, seamlessly meshing cuts from last year's Falsework with older material. The highlight was still undoubtedly "Pretty Boy," a towering tour-de-force of a ballad and the group's most famous and best song, but new, danceable cuts like "Factory Flaws" and "Body" were also received well by the crowd.
With the group's relatively sparse setup, the onus was on frontwoman Catherine McCandless to deliver the goods. For the most part, she performed admirably, delivering powerful vocals and nimble choreography to go with the outfit's trademark shimmering synths to wow the Sudbury crowd. Though their sound would have benefitted from a more involved and dynamic performance musically and a little bit less backing track, Young Galaxy were certainly enjoyable and showed why they deserve their lofty place on the festival bill.