Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Debut New Song At Greek Theatre

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UPDTATE: According to a tweet from Jason Isbell, the name of the new song is “Overseas.” The original article continues below.


Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit performed a new song last night at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California. Their set was part of a joint tour they are currently on with Father John Misty.

Frontman/guitarist Jason Isbell and his band mates took the stage first at the Greek, opening their performance with “Hope The High Road.” A few songs into the set came the debut of the new original, which upon its completion Isbell noted was “brand new.” Isbell and his band also worked in a cover of “Oh Well” by Fleetwood Mac, “Danko/Manuel” and “Decoration Day” from Isbell’s time in Drive-By Truckers, as well as “Maybe It’s Time,” which he wrote for the A Star Is Born feature film.

Watch the debut of the new song shared by Roman Gokhman below:

Setlist

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit at William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre

  • Hope the High Road
  • 24 Frames  
  • Something More Than Free  
  • White Man's World
  • Overseas
  • Last of My Kind
  • Alabama Pines
  • Elephant  
  • Cumberland Gap
  • Stockholm  
  • Danko/Manuel  
  • Flying Over Water  
  • Cover Me Up  
  • Maybe It's Time
  • Oh Well  
  • Decoration Day  
  • If We Were Vampires

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Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit