Watch Phish Perform ‘Slave To The Traffic Light’ On New Year’s Eve In The Ninth Cube

See a gorgeous version of one of the band's oldest originals.

By Scott Bernstein Jan 4, 2022 9:33 am PST

Phish shared official video featuring “Slave To The Traffic Light” from their New Year's Eve livestream concert. The broadcast was presented by SiriusXM and Phish Radio with the full show available for viewing on the SXM App.

  • Phish New Year's Eve 2021 Livestream: Setlist & Recap

    Phish New Year's Eve 2021 Livestream: Setlist & Recap

    Phish celebrated New Year’s Eve 2021 with a three-set livestream concert originating from “The Ninth Cube.”

The three-set concert was held in “The Ninth Cube,” a name the band gave the Rock Lititz facility in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Held without an audience, the show featured full production and aired live on YouTube and Phish Radio. Band members chatted with fans who made comments on social media throughout the evening.

“Slave To The Traffic Light” came towards the end of the first set. The quartet turned in a beautiful performance of one of their oldest originals.

Check out Phish’s “Slave To The Traffic Light” from December 31, 2021 below:

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