Massive Attack are in the middle of their rescheduled North American tour celebrating the 21st anniversary of Mezzanine, which has them joined by former Cocteau Twins singer Elizabeth Fraser and Horace Andy, both of whom sang on the album. They're playing the whole album, thought not in running order, and have been doing lots of covers, too, including Bauhaus' "Bela Lugosi's Dead," The Cure's "10:15, Saturday Night," The Velvet Underground's "I Found a Reason," Ultravox's "Rockwrok," Pete Seeger's "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and more. The photo above is from Thursday night's show in Detroit and the Detroit setlist is below, along with full video of their 9/1 show in San Diego.

The tour hits Montreal on Saturday (9/14), then moves onto Toronto, Philly, Boston, DC and wraps up with two NYC shows at Radio City Music Hall on September 26 & 27 (tickets). If you need more, Massive Attack are sticking around after the Radio City shows for a DJ night at Webster Hall on September 28. It goes 11 PM - 4 AM and "special guests" are promised. Tickets for the DJ night are on sale.

SETLIST: Massive Attack @ Masonic Temple, Detroit 9/12/2019
I Found a Reason (The Velvet Underground cover)
10:15 Saturday Night (The Cure cover)
Man Next Door (with Horace Andy)
Black Milk (with Elizabeth Fraser)
Bela Lugosi's Dead (Bauhaus cover)
See a Man's Face (Horace Andy cover) (with Horace Andy)
Dissolved Girl
Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (Pete Seeger cover) (with Elizabeth Fraser)
Inertia Creeps
Rockwrok (Ultravox cover)
Angel (with Horace Andy)
Teardrop (with Elizabeth Fraser)
Levels (Avicii cover)
Group Four (with Elizabeth Fraser)

Massive Attack – 2019 Rescheduled Tour Dates
09/14 Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
09/17 Toronto, ON – Sony Centre
09/18 Toronto, ON – Sony Centre
09/20 Philadelphia, PA – Metropolitan Opera House
09/21 Boston, MA – Boch Center
09/24 Washington, DC – The Anthem
09/26 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
09/27 New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
09/28 New York, NY -- Webster Hall (DJ Set)

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