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Flogging Molly played Irving Plaza twice (night 2 pics, video, setlist)

Celtic punk faves Flogging Molly are gearing up to release their sixth album, Life Is Good (due 6/2 via Vanguard), and they’re on tour now previewing some songs from it and playing tons of classics. The tour hit NYC’s Irving Plaza twice this week, on Tuesday (5/23) and Wednesday (5/24), where Flogging Molly played “Swagger,” “Drunken Lullabies,” “Life in a Tenement Square,” “Devil’s Dance Floor,” “What’s Left of the Flag,” “The Seven Deadly Sins,” and tons more. Pictures of Wednesday’s show — including openers The White Buffalo and Dylan Walshe — are in the gallery above. Setlist and a video below.

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Flogging Molly at Irving Plaza – 5/24/17 Setlist (via)
Selfish Man
The Hand of John L. Sullivan
Drunken Lullabies
The Worst Day Since Yesterday
Requiem for a Dying Song
Saints & Sinners
Life in a Tenement Square
Tobacco Island
Reptiles (We Woke Up)
Rebels of the Sacred Heart
Devil’s Dance Floor
Guns of Jericho
What’s Left of the Flag
The Seven Deadly Sins

Crushed (Hostile Nations)
If I Ever Leave This World Alive
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life (Monty Python cover)

Stephanie Augello

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