The Hold Steady End Tour In Style At Latitude

Uncut favourites convert yet another festival crowd

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The Hold Steady ended their latest tour with a magnificent set on a hot summer afternoon at the Uncut-sponsored Latitude festival in Suffolk.

After two solid months on the road, Craig Finn and his tireless road warriors proud their high-intensity, euphoric brand of rock’n’roll to Latitude. The tour has included an exclusive show at Uncut’s 10th Birthday party, the Glastonbury Festival and, yesterday, GuilFest.

Far from showing signs of fatigue, The Hold Steady were, if anything, more committed and energised than usual. Keyboardist Franz Nicolai raised his striking sartorial standards by wearing a dinner suit.

The Hold Steady played:

1 Stuck Between Stations
2 Chips Ahoy
3 You Can Make Him Like You
4 Massive Nights
5 Party Pit
6 Hot Soft Light
7 Your Little Hoodrat Friend
8 Stevie Nix
9 Southtown Girls/ Killer Parties


Click here for more on The Hold Steady in the special Uncut Latitude blog Hold Steady

Check back thoughout the weekend, Uncut’s roaming team of reporters are at Latitude Festival all weekend bringing you up to date blogs, news and pictures.

Pic credit: Andy Willsher

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