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Wild Beasts showcased the highlights from their debut album “Limbo, Panto”, one of Uncut‘s 50 Albums Of The Year, at Club Uncut in London last night (November 26).

The Kendal four-piece performed at London‘s Borderline venue supported by Wales’ Threatmantics and jazz trio The Invisible.

Taking the stage to a recording of Richard Burton reading Dylan Thomas‘ “Under Milk Wood”, Wild Beasts played a selection of tracks from their debut, including “Please, Sir”, “The Old Dog” and “Woebegone Wanderers”, as well a new, currently-untitled song.

Wild Beasts played:

“Vigil for A Fuddy Duddy”

“The Devil’s Crayon”

“The Old Dog”

“Brave Bulging Buoyant Clairvoyants”

“Untitled New Song”

“Woebegone Wanderers”

“His Grinning Skull”

“Cheerio Chaps, Cheerio Goodbye”

For a full review of the night, read Uncut.co.uk’s Live Reviews blog.