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The track, which features Zack de la Rocha, appeared on Run The Jewels’ second studio album in 2014.
Rage Against The Machine are currently on their ‘Public Service Announcement’ North American tour, which began on July 9. Prior to this current run of gigs, Rage hadn’t played live since 2011.
During their show in Toronto on July 23, the band brought out RTJ after playing ‘Wake Up’ and ‘Guerrilla Radio’. Elsewhere in their set, they played a cover of Bruce Springsteen‘s ‘The Ghost of Tom Joad’.
Zack de la Rocha was once again performing while sitting down due to a leg injury he sustained during Rage’s show in Chicago on July 11.
A security guard was quick to respond, and ran towards the man in an attempt to remove him. The stage-crasher, however, fell into the pit as Morello was accidentally taken down.
Morello eventually managed to get himself back up on the stage, and was met with cheers and applause from the crowd. “Don’t try that shit,” de la Rocha announced. “We’re cool, we love y’all… but don’t do that.”
Meanwhile, Run The Jewels will be supporting Rage Against The Machine in Edinburgh and will also be heading to Reading & Leeds 2022, followed by shows in Europe with the band.