Wolf Parade recently released their first album in seven years, Cry Cry Cry, which hearkens back to the style of their classic Apologies to the Queen Mary and is filled with songs that rival fan favorites from all over their career. They played their first NYC show since the album's release when their tour with Charly Bliss hit Brooklyn Steel on Saturday (10/21). That show included almost all of the new album, plus half of Apologies and other faves like "Soldier's Grin" and "Cloud Shadow on the Mountain." They dedicated the last song of the pre-encore set, "King of Piss and Paper," to Trump, and said, "He's from here, right? Could he be here?," which elicited boos from the crowd. "This song's for you if you're here." Pictures are in the gallery above and the full setlist is below.

Wolf Parade @ Brooklyn Steel - 10/21/17 Setlist (via)
Lazarus Online
Soldier's Grin
Grounds for Divorce
You're Dreaming
Valley Boy
Fine Young Cannibals
Cloud Shadow on the Mountain
Flies on the Sun
Baby Blue
This Heart's On Fire
I'll Believe In Anything
King of Piss and Paper

Dear Sons and Daughters of Hungry Ghosts
Shine a Light
Dinner Bells


photos by Amanda Hatfield