Portugal. The Man has for years made a name for themselves by playing small venues and working tirelessly on minor labels to arise from a small band from Alaska to a prominently hip and premiere Portland rock band. Their move to the big time is now seemingly complete, as they have now signed with Atlantic Records and are playing bigger locations like the Ogden Theatre for their show in Denver last Wednesday and having big-time sponsors like this tour’s benefactors Jägermeister, whose logo was plastered and projected all across the venue. The crowd has also grown with locales and labels as the house was packed and the floor was full of hot-looking young girls and hipster dudes. Still, newfound success has not been easy for Portugal. The Man, as just last month the group lost two members after longtime keyboardist Ryan Neighbors left to pursue a side projects and their touring drummer quit (or was fired, depending on who you believe) in the middle of a recent gig, and yet the band has carried on. For this tour keyboardist Kyle O’Quin and drummer Kane Ritchotte have joined on, although both were almost hidden behind the branched trees of big-bulbed lights branching high above and across the stage and strung into to the rafters. In whatever form, this band have always been tireless workers and produced at least one album every year and have toured almost continuously, as they are now in support of their new album In the Mountain, In the Cloud.