The newly reunited The Walkmen begin their sold-out five-show run at NYC's Webster Hall tonight, the start of what they're calling the "Revenge" tour that has the band out through the summer. They kicked off that tour on Saturday night (4/22) in Westerly, RI -- their first show in nearly a decade -- at The United Theatre.

The 21-song set pulled mostly from Bows + Arrows, Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone, and You & Me, including "Heaven," "We've Been Had," "On the Water," "Angels Surf City," and more. The biggest surprise of the evening was how soon they dropped "The Rat" on the crowd, playing it second in the set after opening with "They're Winning."

Check out video from the show and the setlist below.

Meanwhile, Stereogum points out The Walkmen's Walter Martin posted on his Instagram stories a picture of the band in an office around a table with what looks like a contract. He wrote, "finally signed a real record deal!" and thanked Verve Records' Jamie Krents, who played bass with The Walkmen briefly, and was also in French Kicks. Stay tuned for more on that.

They’re Winning
The Rat
In The New Year
On The Water
No Christmas While I’m Talking
Wake Up
Blue As Your Blood
Dónde Está La Playa
Angela Surf City
Blizzard Of ’96
New Years Eve
Everyone Who Pretended To Like Me Is Gone
Little House Of Savages
138th Street
All Hands And The Cook

Thinking Of A Dream I Had
Red Moon
I Lost You
We’ve Been Had

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