July 13, 2008 21:01

Band of Horses preview new songs at Oxegen Festival

Ben Bridwell's outfit close tour with Irish show

Band of Horses preview new songs at Oxegen Festival
Band Of Horses aired three new songs during an Oxegen set tonight (July 13), which marked the last show of their current tour.

Drawing a sizeable crowd to the Pet Sounds Arena, Ben Bridwell and co dipped into songs from albums 'Everything All The Time' and 'Cease To Begin'.

However they also found the time to air three news songs 'Goodman', 'Older' and 'Trudy'.

The latter was the best received, prompting those in the audience to hold lighters aloft as Bridwell sang the harmonica-driven tune.

Band Of Horses played:

'Is There A Ghost?'
'The Great Salt Lake'
'Islands On The Coast'
'Weed Party'
'Trudy'
'The First Song'
'Older'
'Ode To LRC'
'Wicked Gill'
'The Funeral'
'No One’s Gonna Love You'
'Detlef Schrempf'
'The General Specific'
'Goodman'


Keep up with all the action from T In The Park and Oxegen Festival this weekend (July 11-13) as it happens on NME.COM.

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