We Are Scientists preview new material in Brooklyn

They play an entirely new set under pseudonym

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We Are Scientists previewed ten new songs at an intimate show in Brooklyn, NY last night.

Billed as Beat Up Old Fellas, the band opened for The Long Blondes at Luna Lounge and debuted an entire set of new material from their as-yet to be recorded second album.

As previously reported, the trio are set to play two similar shows this weekend. Tomorrow night they will open for Snowden at Maxwells in Hoboken, NJ and Saturday will see them play with The Spinto Band at Mercury Lounge in New York City.

They played:

‘Spoken For’
‘Best Behaviour’
‘Rush N’ Attack’
‘Altered Beast’
‘Let’s See It’
‘Lethal Enforcer’
‘Dig Dug’
‘Tonight, Tonight’

--By our New York staff.
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