Thursday, September 16, 2010

Nasher Nights

a hot-ass day cooled down to be a great night for outdoor rock at the Nasher Museum in Durham tonight, really fun times (for us anyway!):

1 So Convinced
2 Water Wings
3 Crossed Wires
4 My Gap Feels Weird
5 Song for Marion Brown
6 Watery Hands
7 Let It Go
8 Fractures in Plaster
9 Rosemarie
10 Shallow End
11 Punch Me Harder
12 Mower
13 Digging for Something
14 Pink Clouds
15 Hyper Enough
16 Everything At Once

encore:

Like A Fool
Slack
100K Fireflies
Precision

horns on Digging for Something and Pink Clouds! JD onstage for Digging for Something as well! nuts.
thanks to everyone who came out! our tour has begun....see you tomorrow, DC!

11 Comments:

Blogger Zack said...

setlist looks great! so excited to see you guys again after 8 years! will be at the show on sunday in brooklyn!

(please play 1000 pounds!)

12:11 AM  
Blogger La Di Da said...

You guys had some cute moths swirling around your heads now and then. One of them zapped at the side of your head, but you flailed in the other direction, and it missed!

10:01 AM  
Blogger Ben said...

What a set! As I'm sure you've realized, Bostonians go particularly nuts over "Why Do You Have to Put a Date..." Not sure why, but can't wait to hear those hot tubes scream!

8:09 PM  
Blogger JK said...

I so want to go to bowery ballroom tonight, so, so badly. Seeing Pavement tomorrow night in Williamsburg so no go on that one. Saw you in Chicago last summer and can't really justify the $30 for tonight. Probably will spend it watching "the year punk broke" and drinking a 40. but there's still like 4 hours who knows.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Steve Shoop said...

I saw you guys on in DC on Friday. You were absolutely great. My friend and I are big JD fans and we were hoping against hope that he would come out for Digging for Something. He didn't but it still was great.

After the song we each called to Laura who was about 5 feet away from us "Where was Darniell!?!", and she smiled at us and shrugged, saying "He can't be everywhere.". It was cool. We were like school girls because Superchunk's bassist and all around groovy chick spoke to us ABOUT JOHN DARNIELLE.

The show was great and we felt great the next day. When I read this, however, and learned that John came out THE NIGHT BEFORE, I was heartbroken, as was my friend.

HEARTBROKEN, Mac. Heartbroken.

12:20 AM  
Blogger Shapes said...

Thanks for making "Majesty Shredding". It's really great and it makes me happy.

12:27 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Truly amazing and inspiring Boston show tonight. Strange venue indeed (I've seen it suck the will and energy from many a good band over the years), but you guys rocked it hard. THANK YOU for 'Why Do You Have to Put a Date...' Much appreciated. Incredible night of music (Versus sounded beautiful, as did the Carr)...So great to hear you all play again. Long live the feeling noise becomes...(love that line and song)

12:32 AM  
Blogger Room 18 Parkvale School said...

Come back to New Zealand (please)!

5:59 AM  
Blogger rocketingskyward said...

i've seen thousands of bands in the last 25 yrs but Superchunk turns me into a human pogo stick, completely unconcerned that the next day my 43 yr old body will remind me, bright and early, that my glory days are behind me. well worth the pain though.

7:21 PM  
Blogger Marianne said...

When you guys come back to NYC you should totally let me play trumpet on "Digging for Something."

2:15 PM  
Blogger jiaxin said...

I am so regret missing it! I hope I will have another time someday!
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7:55 AM  

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