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Mitski played Brooklyn Steel with Salt Cathedral & Told Slant (pics)

After playing both weekends of Coachella, Mitski brought her tour back to the East Coast, where she played a big sold-out hometown show at Brooklyn Steel on Saturday (4/29), one day after the SUNY Purchase graduate headlined Purchase’s annual Culture Shock festival. Like at most of her recent shows, she split things pretty evenly between last year’s great Puberty 2 and her breakthrough 2014 album, Bury Me at Makeout Creek.

Pictures of the show — including openers Salt Cathedral and Told Slant — are in the gallery above. Setlist below.

Mitski next plays NYC at the Panorama festival in July. She also plays FYF, Pitchfork Festival, Boston Calling, dates with the Pixies, and more.

Mitski at Brooklyn Steel – 4/29/17 Setlist (via)
Dan the Dancer
Francis Forever
I Don’t Smoke
First Love / Late Spring
I Bet on Losing Dogs
Townie
Thursday Girl
Your Best American Girl
Once More to See You
Drunk Walk Home
I Will
Happy

Solo:
A Burning Hill
My Body’s Made of Crushed Little Stars
Last Words of A Shooting Star

Encore:
Class of 2013

photos by Em Grey

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