Tame Impala played “Love/Paranoia” on ‘Fallon’ after Panorama (video, pics)
Tame Impala co-headlined the second day of NYC's Panorama festival on Saturday (7/29) with a wonderfully entrancing set. The crowd was expectedly large, and Kevin Parker claimed on stage that it was "their biggest show in America, ever." The band began their set with the hypnotic interlude "Nangs," before bursting into the Currents leading track "Let It Happen." Throughout the night, colorful lasers and psychedelic visuals adorned the stage, as Parker and co. played several fan favorites, such as the bass-driven "Elephant" and the ballad "Eventually." The band closed the night with "New Person, Same Old Mistakes," a great ending to a beautiful show.
During their Panorama set, the band performed "Love/Paranoia" for only the second time ever (they debuted it live at their show at The Cap the previous night). Last night, the band played the track for a third time, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. You can view that performance, as well as the majority of the band's Panorama show, and check out the Panorama setlist, below.
Setlist - Tame Impala @ Panorama 7/30/2017
Let It Happen
Sestri Levante (tease)
Why Won't They Talk to Me?
Why Won't You Make Up Your Mind?
The Less I Know the Better
Yes I'm Changing
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards
New Person, Same Old Mistakes