Echo And The Bunnymen cover Lou Reed at T In The Park

The Liverpool legends take the festival on a walk on the wild side

Echo And The Bunnymen played an well-received set in the King Tut’s Wah-Wah Tent at the T In The Park festival this evening (13 July).

Wearing his trademark trenchcoat, frontman Ian McCulloch was in commanding form, his voice ringing through classics like ‘Bring On The Dancing Horses’ and ‘The Killing Moon’.

The band played one new song named ‘I Think I Need It Too’, which continued the band’s soaring intensity.

After getting the whole crowd singing along to ‘Nothing Last Forever’, the band led into a cover version of Lou Reed‘s ‘Walk On The Wild Side’.

‘Lips Like Sugar’ then provided an epic ending to the set.

Echo And The Bunnymen played:

‘Lost On You’

‘Seven Seas’

‘Bring On The Dancing Horses’

‘I Think I Need It Too’

‘King Of Your Castle’

‘Nothing Lasts Forever’

‘Walk On The Wild Side’

‘Back Of Love’

‘The Cutter’

‘The Killing Moon’

‘Lips Like Sugar’

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