LCD Soundsystem began their second run of shows at Brooklyn Steel Friday night (6/16). Their first residency, back in April, was five shows long, starting with the very first show at Brooklyn Steel. This time, they're playing seven more shows, all announced days ago.

Friday's setlist, which you can see below, included three of the new songs previously debuted at Brooklyn Steel in April, two of which, "American Dream" and "Call the Police," have since been officially released. Like at the first Brooklyn Steel residency, LCD Soundsystem posted signs asking fans not to film or take pictures. Also like the first residency, they made up special merch for the occasion. See the new shirt, signs, setlist, and some pictures and video from Friday's show below.

LCD Soundsystem's long-awaited new album is officially finished, but they haven't released further details about it yet. James Murphy recently took to facebook to ask fans not to buy tickets from scalpers, since, in his words, "we’re going to be playing a LOT in the near future." LCD's current upcoming tour dates include Voodoo Music + Arts Experience and Pitchfork Festival. Fans have also started to notice new dates appearing on venue posters, including October 21 and 22 at Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, GA and September 11 and 12 at Paradiso in Amsterdam.

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Setlist: LCD Soundsystem @ Brooklyn Steel, 6/16/2017
Us v Them
Daft Punk Is Playing at My House
I Can Change
Get Innocuous!
You Wanted a Hit
Someone Great
New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down

Call The Police
American Dream

Encore 2:
Dance Yrself Clean
All My Friends