SAVAGES – ” Live at NPR ” 9:30 Club in Washington D.C March 2016

Posted: July 7, 2020 in MUSIC
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In this concert video, filmed in March before a sold-out crowd at the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C., the London band Savages is by turns tender and ferocious as it showcases tracks from its latest album, “Adore Life”. But it cannot be understated that Savages’ lead singer Jehnny Beth is a revelation: Even as she challenges the audience to match the group’s energy from every corner of the stage — as well as catapulting herself onto the audience at one point — it’s Beth’s emotional, life-affirming lyrics that leave the strongest impression.

Savages had spent the first half of 2016 touring in support of their new album, Adore Life, and if you’ve seen any of those shows, you know just how intense an experience that is. If you haven’t, however, NPR Music is now offering a special broadcast of a live show in Washington, D.C. Shot in March at the 9:30 Club in Washington, the concert video finds the band tearing through songs from their new album and its predecessor, 2013′s Silence Yourself. It’ll make your morning just a little more exciting. Watch the full Savages live set below.

SET LIST:
“I Am Here” — 0:54
“Sad Person” — 4:21
“City’s Full” — 8:21
“Slowing Down The World” — 12:28
“Shut Up” — 16:24
“She Will” — 20:29
“Husbands” — 24:27
“Surrender” — 28:43
“Evil” — 34:34
“When In Love” — 38:53
“I Need Something New” — 41:45
“The Answer” — 46:36
“Hit Me” — 50:50
“No Face” — 57:18
“T.I.W.Y.G.” — 01:01:17
“Mechanics” — 01:05:19
“Adore” — 01:12:59
“F******” — 01:21:36

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