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As the 2015 Newport Folk Festival lineup slowly rolls out, here are six acts we want to see make their debut this year.
Influential indie act Neutral Milk Hotel have announced their last tour for the foreseeable future.
The Neutral Milk Hotel reunion tour will continue at least through September with the addition of a handful of dates.
The Replacements, The Roots, The National and Lorde are among the acts set to play the September installment of Boston Calling.
Influential indie act Neutral Milk Hotel has added a batch of West Coast dates surrounding their appearances at Coachella.
Neutral Milk Hotel finally kicked off their reunion tour last night in Baltimore.
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Latest Neutral Milk Hotel Setlist
Neutral Milk Hotel at Phoenix Theatre
- I Will Bury You in Time
- Holland, 1945
- The King of Carrot Flowers, Pt. One
- The King of Carrot Flowers, Pts. Two & Three
- In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
- Ferris Wheel on Fire
- April 8th
- Two-Headed Boy
- The Fool
- A Baby for Pree / Glow Into You
- Gardenhead / Leave Me Alone
- Song Against Sex
- Ruby Bulbs
- Snow Song, Part One
- Oh Comely
- Little Birds
- Two-Headed Boy, Pt. Two
About Neutral Milk Hotel
Neutral Milk Hotel was an American indie rock band formed by singer, guitarist and songwriter Jeff Mangum in the early 1990s. The band was noted for its experimental sound, obscure lyrics and eclectic instrumentation.
The first release under the Neutral Milk Hotel moniker was the 1994 EP Everything Is, a short collection of tracks featuring Mangum. On the band’s full-length debut album On Avery Island, which followed shortly thereafter, Mangum was joined by childhood friend and The Apples in Stereo frontman Robert Schneider, who contributed production and instrumentation. Upon the album’s release, the full band was formed and extensive touring began.
Neutral Milk Hotel released In the Aeroplane Over the Sea in 1998, which became their best-known and most critically acclaimed album. Although the album did not meet commercial success at the time of release, it has gone on to sell over 300,000 copies and received critical acclaim from several publications, including Pitchfork Media, Magnet Magazine, Allmusic, and The Pazz & Jop poll. Despite growing popularity, the group disbanded in 1999 after Mangum became disenchanted with touring and the music press, later having a nervous breakdown.
Neutral Milk Hotel is a part of The Elephant 6 Recording Company, based in Athens, Georgia. The band was one of Elephant 6’s three first projects, alongside The Apples in Stereo and Olivia Tremor Control.
Phish bassist Mike Gordon led his five-piece on 50 unique songs over the course of four nights in Cambridge. Listen to Saturday’s show featuring special guest Trey Anastasio.
Umphrey’s McGee dusted off Paul Simon’s “50 Ways To Leave Your Lover” for the first time in nearly five years last night in Cleveland.
Spafford dusted off an Eagles cover and delivered their debut of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” during their first of two from Terrapin Crossroads – watch full show pro-shot video.
Trey Anastasio sat in with Mike Gordon’s solo band for the first time since 2014 last night at The Sinclair in Boston joining his Phish bandmate for the majority of the second set and encore.
Umphrey’s McGee teamed with Big Something’s Casey Conrad on a Rolling Stones cover and unearthed a true rarity last night at Stage AE.