Photo by Killian Young
Tame Impala’s ever-expanding arsenal of live songs received another entry this weekend, as Kevin Parker’s chameleonic psych project busted out Currents cut “Love/Paranoia” live for the first time at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester, New York on Thursday (July 27th). The band played the song again as a part of their epic Panorama Festival headlining set in NYC on Saturday and a fan in the front rows caught the action.
Additionally, Tame Impala dusted off “Sundown Syndrome”, from the band’s 2010 debut Innerspeaker, for the first time in seven years.
Saturday marked the band’s last announced concert of 2017, though the band is slated to appear on Monday night’s Tonight Show. For more Tame Impala-related goodness, check out our piece naming the group our Band of the Year for 2015.
Let It Happen
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