Bloc Party perform rousing set at SXSW

Kele Okereke and co play packed-out show

Bloc Party performed a rousing set at Stubb’s in Austin last night (March 16), bringing day two to a close.

Taking to the stage just after midnight, opener ‘Song for Clay (Disappear Here)’ kicked off a 15-song set mainly made up of material from their recently released second album ‘A Weekend in the City’.

Frontman Kele Okereke was in upbeat form, enjoying banter with the crowd throughout the hour-long set, politely declining their incessant requests that he “get naked”.

They played:

‘Song for Clay (Disappear Here)’

‘Positive Tension’

‘Blue Light’

‘Hunting for Witches’

‘Waiting for the 7.18’

‘Banquet’

‘This Modern Love’

‘The Prayer’

‘Uniform’

‘I Still Remember’

‘So Here We Are’

‘Like Eating Glass’

‘SRXT’

‘She’s Hearing Voices’

‘Helicopter’

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