April 4, 2011 15:09

The Strokes joined by Elvis Costello in New York – video

Video footage of Madison Square Garden gig emerges

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Video footage of The Strokes playing live with Elvis Costello in New York on Friday (April 1) has been posted online – scroll down and click below to watch it.

The band were headlining the Madison Square Garden venue in their hometown, and were joined by Costello for 'Taken For A Fool'.

Julian Casablancas and co will be heading to the UK to headline the Reading And Leeds Festivals in August. Before that they'll play the Radio 1 Big Weekend event in Carlisle next month.

The Strokes' New York setlist was:

'Is This It'
'Reptilia'
'Under Cover Of Darkness'
'Hard To Explain'
'Last Nite'
'Life Is Simple In The Moonlight'
'Juicebox'
'Someday'
'You’re So Right'
'Under Control'
'You Only Live Once'
'New York City Cops'
'Games'
'What Ever Happened?'
'Taken For A Fool'
'Ask Me Anything'
'The Modern Age'
'Gratisfaction'
'I Can’t Win'
'Take It Or Leave It'




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