Posted in music | pictures on August 3, 2011

photos by Dominick Mastrangelo

"Amazing performances last night by Death Cab for Cutie and Frightened Rabbitat Williamsburg waterfront in BKLN. Thank you." - JW Byer

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie played Williamsburg Waterfront last night (8/20 with Frightened Rabbit as part of their tour together. Like they did at their Bowery Ballroom show in June, Death Cab played a lot of older stuff in their set, only touching on about half of the new album Codes and Keys.

The Death Cab/Frightened Rabbit tour continues through the end of this month, but tonight (8/3) Frightened Rabbit play their own headlining show at MHOW with Right On Dynamite while Death Cab tape an episode of Live From The Artists Den. Tickets are sold out.

Pictures, videos and setlist from last night's show below...

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Death Cab for Cutie - "Long Division" at Williamsburg Waterfront 8/2/11

Death Cab for Cutie - "I Will Possess Your Heart" at Williamsburg Waterfront 8/2/11

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Frightened Rabbit

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab For Cutie

Death Cab for Cutie Setlist:
1. I Will Possess Your Heart
2. Crooked Teeth
3. We Laugh Indoors
4. Movie Script Ending
5. Doors Unlocked And Opened
6. Long Division
7. Grapevine Fires
8. Codes and Keys
9. What Sarah Said
10. I Will Follow You Into The Dark
11. You Are A Tourist
12. The New Year
13. Underneath The Sycamore
14. Company Calls
15. Company Calls Epilogue
16. Soul Meets Body
17. Stay Young, Go Dancing
18. Cath...
19. We Looked Like Giants
20. Marching Bands of Manhattan

Encore:
21. Home Is A Fire
22. Title and Registration
23. The Sound of Settling
24. Transatlanticism
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Comments (30)

Both bands were terrific.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:19 PM

Agreed.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:21 PM

Rabbitat for humanity~!

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:27 PM

great show beautiful night

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:38 PM

The coolness of the first half of DCFC's moniker is thoroughly negated by the second half.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:44 PM

i must say, the DCFC setlist is good.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:55 PM

bands were great. Crowd was awful and tone-deaf.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 2:57 PM

Agreed. Wonderful show. Incredible weather. Only complaints were the douchey crowd and sound was not that great. Show reminded me of last year when I saw Modest Mouse.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:04 PM

"tone-deaf"

Well of course, they listen to Death Cab!

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:05 PM

Junior High rock
and maybe the gayest two band names I have ever come across
oh, but they killed it

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:09 PM

music to play when you surround the dictator's fortress and you want to smoke him out with indiscernible racket and there are no feral cats in heat handy at the time

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:11 PM

Pansy music

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:27 PM

@2:55 - The only good DCFC setlists existed before 2005

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 3:28 PM

they did sound good. only complaints were that the show started way to early and that had to be one of the worst crowds I've seen a show with down at the waterfront. everyone in the beer pen seemed like they were from Jersey.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 4:19 PM

3:11: No, that's Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 5:22 PM

Show was great but sound still sucks there. Always sounds like it is phasing. Could it be the speaker setup, that they are blowing side-to-side in the wind? Really detracts from a nice place to see a show...

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 5:43 PM

ROFLOL

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 5:50 PM

Music by pussies for pussies
Yes, I mean you

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 5:57 PM

^^ idiot. yeah you.

Posted by Anonymous | August 3, 2011 7:51 PM

DCFC played for about an hour and a half tonight. A lot of the same songs, but no encore.

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 12:15 AM

4:19 what's wrong about the crowdsfrom jersey? tang ina mo...

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 4:11 AM

anyone have the Brooklyn Museum setlist?

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 9:35 AM

Music by pussies for pussies
Yes, I mean you

ROFL!

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 10:02 AM

Haha, well how about this (a little game):

Name one band for each:

Music by non-pussies for non-pussies:
Music by pussies for non-pussies:
Music by non-pussies for pussies:

I'm trying to figure out the last two. Can anyone help?

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 10:17 AM

@ 4:11 have you ever been in hoboken on a wknd night?? if so, then I rest my case. I can spot someone from jersey pretty easily and that beer pen was full of obnoxious douchers from JERSEY.

Posted by Anonymous | August 4, 2011 12:11 PM

I'm from Jersey & I had to leave the beer pen because of all the other retards from Jersey. It's a shame. I wanted to punch them all in the face.

Posted by Monica | August 8, 2011 1:16 AM

"@ 4:11 have you ever been in hoboken on a wknd night?? if so, then I rest my case. I can spot someone from jersey pretty easily and that beer pen was full of obnoxious douchers from JERSEY."

Hate to break this to you, but just like Brooklyn, the people who live in Hoboken are from pretty much everywhere. The main difference is that areas like Williamsburg feature the least cool kids from every high school in America, whereas Hoboken is full of the people who they blame their shitty childhoods on.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2011 3:05 AM

4:11 if you hang out at Bar None you will get that scene...branch out a little. Hoboken has great places if you don't follow the heard!

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2011 7:42 AM

hey 3:05, I hate to debunk your well thought out theory/broad generalization.. but, I was one of the "cool" kids in high school and I live in Brooklyn not Hoboken, thankfully. let's also not pretend that Hoboken is more diverse than Brooklyn is. please, let's not argue that bc you will lose.

Posted by Anonymous | August 8, 2011 10:41 PM

You're an idiot, 10:41. (S)he's not talking about Brooklyn writ large versus Hoboken, but the pussies of Williamsburg. And yes, the college grads who move to Hoboken are from every bit as diverse a bunch of locations as Williamsburg hipsters. And regardless of whether or not you think you were cool in high school, as a general matter people in Williamsburg are infinitely less cool.

Posted by Anonymous | August 11, 2011 3:04 AM

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