King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are currently touring behind the release of Flying Microtonal Banana, the first of five albums they plan to issue in 2017. Professionally-shot video footage of the Australian psychedelic rock band’s recent concert in New York City has been made available for viewing via Pitchfork Live.
Webster Hall hosted King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard on March 31 for the first of two consecutive nights. The first show of the stand opened with the Flying Microtonal Banana tracks “Open Water”, “Doom City,” “Anoxia,” “Sleep Drifter,” “Nuclear Fusion” and “Rattlesnake.”
They then worked through the sequence of “Alter Me,” “Altered Beast 2,” “Alter Me 2” and “Altered Beast 3.” The main set also saw takes on “Robot Stop,” “Gamma Knife” and “People-Vultures” off 2016’s Nonagon Infinity, alongside other selections such as “The River” and “Am I In Heaven?”
Watch the complete King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard show from March 31 via Pitchfork Live below:
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard at Webster Hall
- Open Water
- Doom City
- Billabong Valley
- Sleep Drifter
- Nuclear Fusion
- Alter Me I
- Altered Beast II
- Alter Me II
- Altered Beast III
- Robot Stop
- The River
- Gamma Knife
- The Lord of Lightning
- Am I in Heaven?
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