Funeral Party break their Leeds Festival duck

LA newcomers attract large crowd to Festival Republic Stage

Funeral Party break their Leeds Festival duck

Photo: Tim Smith

Funeral Party made their Leeds Festival debut today (August 29), showcasing a series of tracks from their forthcoming debut 'The Golden Age Of Nowhere'.

The LA newcomers drew a large crowd to the Festival Republic Stage for their 30-minute set, which saw them rattle off songs such as 'Just Because', 'Youth And Poverty' and 'Car Wars'.

They rounded off proceedings with 'New York City Moves To The Sound Of LA', which saw singer Chad Elliot hammering a cowbell.

Funeral Party played:

'The Golden Age Of Nowhere'
'Car Wars'
'Youth And Poverty'
'Genuine Idea'
'Post Cards Of Persuasion'
'Finale'
'Where Did It Go Wrong'
'Just Because'
'New York City Moves To The sound Of LA'


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