Klaxons wrap up US tour in New York

Trio complete triumphant North American jaunt

Klaxons completed their US tour with a show at Webster Hall in New York on Friday night (October 11).

Opening with ‘The Bouncer’, the band tore through a crowd-pleasing set that included hits ‘Atlantis To Interzone’, ‘Golden Skans’ and ‘It’s Not Over Yet’.

The band have spent weeks in North America, first as the opening act for Bjork and then on their own headlining tour, and made a stop at NBC’s Late Night With Conan O’Brien on Thursday night for a performance of ‘Gravity’s Rainbow’.


The band are now bound for Australia for a string of dates before returning to Europe and the UK for a winter tour. They will then head to Japan for more shows in mid-December.

They played:

‘The Bouncer’

‘Atlantis To Interzone’

‘Hall Of Records’


‘Totem On The Timeline’

‘Golden Skans’

‘As Above, So Below’

‘Two Receivers’


‘Forgotten Works’

‘Gravity’s Rainbow’

‘Isle Of Her’

‘It’s Not Over Yet’

‘Four Horsemen of 2012’

–By our New York staff.

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