Post-rock vets El Ten Eleven released Banker's Hill last year on Topshelf Records, and they're on tour supporting it now. They stopped in Brooklyn for a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday (2/7) night; while they opened with a couple of songs off their newest album, they covered a wide range across their discography during their set, and closed with a block of classic songs from their early releases, including "Sorry About Your Irony," "Connie," and an extended version of "My Only Swerving," all from their 2004 self-titled debut.

Good Fuck, the new project from Joan of Arc's Tim Kinsella and his partner Jenny Pulse, opened, and as promised, they played a mix of Joan of Arc material and songs from their upcoming self-titled debut as Good Fuck, which comes out February 22. Check out pictures of both sets in the gallery above.


photos by Kate Hoos

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