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Mew played ‘Frengers’ in full at Brooklyn Steel (pics, videos, setlist)

Mew‘s classic breakthrough album Frengers turned 15 this year, and to celebrate, the band have been playing some anniversary shows where they perform the album front to back. They just played NYC’s Brooklyn Steel last night (10/14), which saw them opening with career-spanning faves like “Repeaterbeater,” “Special,” “The Zookeeper’s Boy,” “King Christian,” “Satellites,” and more before playing the 2003 album in its entirety. Check out the full setlist and some videos below. Pictures (including shots of openers Mass Gothic) are in the gallery above.

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Mew at Brooklyn Steel – 10/14/18 Setlist (via)
Repeaterbeater
Special
The Zookeeper’s Boy
Satellites
Candy Pieces All Smeared Out
King Christian
Apocalypso / Saviours Of Jazz Ballet
Louise Louisa
Am I Wry? No
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Snow Brigade
Symmetry
Behind the Drapes
Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years
Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed
She Came Home for Christmas
She Spider
Comforting Sounds

photos by Ryan Muir

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