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Pavement kick off UK and Ireland leg of reunion tour

Pavement kick off UK and Ireland leg of reunion tour

Pavement have kicked off the UK and Ireland leg of their reunion tour by playing a 30-song set in Dublin (May 4).

Taking to the stage at the Tripod venue, the reunited band kicked off with 'Silent Kid', and also played classics including 'Shady Lane', 'The Hexx', 'Trigger Cut' and 'Stereo', according to reports on Stephenmalkmus.com.

They are set to play Glasgow tonight (May 5), followed by a four-night run at London's O2 Academy Brixton, kicking off on May 10 and a headline appearance at next week's (May 14-16) ATP Weekender.

Pavement played:

'Silent Kid'
'Elevate Me Later'
'Frontwards'
'No Life Singed Her'
'Father To A Sister Of Thought'
'Rattled By The Rush'
'Kennel District'
'In The Mouth A Desert'
'Shady Lane'
'Unfair'
'Spit On A Stranger'
'Grounded'
'Two States'
'Range Life'
'Perfume-V'
'Gold Soundz'
'Fight This Generation'
'Summer Babe'
'Cut Your Hair'
'The Hexx'
'Give It A Day'
'D/W Ikea'
'Trigger Cut'
'Stop Breathin''
'Starlings Of The Slipstream'
'Stereo'
'Here'
'Box Elder'
'We Dance'
'Conduit For Sale!'

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