Idlewild play comeback gig

Band introduce 'Make Another World' at London show

Idlewild play comeback gig
Idlewild returned to the stage last night (February 20) with an intimate show at the Islington Academy in London.

The Scottish quintet used the gig to introduce tracks from new album 'Make Another World', including new new single ‘No Emotion’ which singer Roddy Woomble described as “a potential hit across the globe... or maybe not”.

The band also treated the XFM crowd to a host of their older songs including ‘American English’ and ‘You Held The World in Your Arms’.

Idlewild played:

'Roseability'
'If It Takes You Home'
'Little Discourage'
'No Emotion'
'Love Steals Us From Loneliness'
'Future Works'
'A Modern Way Of Letting Go'
'American English'
'I Understand It'
'A Ghost In The Arcade'
'Live In A Hiding Place'
'Satan Polaroid'
'El Capitan'
'The Bronze Medal'
'Everything (As It Moves)'
'You Held The World In Your Arms'


The band release ‘Make Another World’ on March 5.

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