Vampire Weekend Plays Six Hour Show to Celebrate New Album
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Vampire Weekend played a 6-hour show at New York's Webster Hall as part of this year's Red Bull Music Festival.
Vampire Weekend played a 6-hour show at New York’s Webster Hall as part of this year’s Red Bull Music Festival.
The band’s marathon show of 56 songs, in celebration of the release of their new album Father Of The Bride, was broken down into three sets spanning their discography.
Vampire Weekend played their new album in full during the second set, including “Rich Man,” “My Mistake,” “We Belong Together,” “Stranger,” “Spring Snow,” “Jerusalem, New York, Berlin,” and “Sympathy.”
According to Stereogum, Danielle Haim joined them to perform her parts on “Hold You Now,” “Married in a Gold Rush,” “We Belong Together,” and “Stranger.” The other Haim sisters contributed on “This Life.”
Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes was invited to the stage to sing “Ya Hey” from Modern Vampires Of The City.
Father of the Bride is Vampire Weekend’s first album in six years. The hour-long album consists of 18 songs.
Their previous album, Modern Vampires of the City, topped the Billboard 200 chart in 2013.
The band will embark on a full official tour in support of the album on June 5.
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