The Rascals play NME headline slot at SXSW

The stars come out to watch Miles Kane and co. in Texas

The Rascals played a headline slot in the early hours of this morning (March 15) at the Wave venue at the SXSW NME showcase gig.

The likes of Lightspeed Champion, Ed Harcourt, Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man and various members of Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong turned out to watch Miles Kane and co play their gig, which began at 1am (CMT).

The band played a tight set to a packed crowd, including favourites such as ‘Ratcatcher’ and recent EP title track ‘Out Of Dreams’.


After the show, The Rascals headed into the Austin night to party as the venue emptied.

The Rascals played:


‘Does Your Husband Know You’re On The Run?’

‘Bond Girl’

‘Out Of Dreams’


‘The Freak Beat Phantom’

‘Suspicious Wit’

‘Stockings For Suits’

‘I’ll Give You Sympathy’

‘Is It Too Late’

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