The band are 'honoured' to play Ireland
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club brought their new album to Oxegen today (July 8) for a storming afternoon set.
The band played six tracks from their fourth record ‘Baby 81’ as well as a host of hit singles from their previous three albums in the Green Room.
During crowd favourite ’Spread Your Love’ guitarist Peter Hayes worked a harmonica into the song.
He later strapped on an acoustic guitar for ‘Howl’ track ‘Ain’t No Easy Way’ which also saw singer Robert Levon Been throw his tambourine in the crowd.
As the band launched into ‘Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song)’, the singer, who was dressed in a black leather jacket and shades, told the crowd: “It is a fucking honour to play to you people. This one is for you.”
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club played:
‘Spread Your Love’
‘Lien On Your Dreams’
‘Ain’t No Easy Way’
‘Weapon Of Choice’
‘Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song)’
‘Need Some Air’
‘All You Do Is Talk’
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