After a two year hiatus Broken Social Scene reunited to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their label Arts & Crafts. Headlining Field Trip, the musical friendship collective played their 2002 album and fan favourite You Forgot It In People from front to back live for the first time. With anywhere from 11 to 18 people on stage at a time, the immense amounts of love and energy were palpable. This was only tripled by the fireball of fun that is Leslie Feist joining in on “Almost Crimes” and Torquil Campbell’s purple trumpet playing. While the entire album play through was emotional, it was the soft heart beat of a track “Anthems for a Seventeen Year-Old Girl” that had us in tears. While Emily Haines was not in attendance, Amy Millan of Stars, Lisa Lobsinger, and AroarA’s Ariel Engle sang it stunningly. To say it gave us chills would be an understatement.