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White Denim preview new material at Club NME LA

Austin trio thrill a packed house

White Denim previewed several new songs for a packed house at Club NME Los Angeles last night (April 1).

The Austin trio wailed on their instruments during their 45-minute set, hardly saying a word while playing their extended jams with tremendous energy.

The audience cheered loudly for the new songs, but reserved their biggest response for familiar tunes from the White Denim‘s 2008 album ‘Workout Holiday’ including ‘Shake Shake Shake’ and ‘Mess Your Hair Up’.

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After the show, bassist Steve Terebecki told NME.COM that he thought the gig went extremely well. “It was one of the best LA crowds we’ve ever had,” he said, explaining that the audience seemed really into it.

He added that the band intend to release their new album in the UK and Europe at the end of June, and they are still searching for a deal to put it out in the US.

White Denim played:

‘Don’t Look That Way At It’
‘All You Really Have To Do’
‘Mess Your Hair Up’
‘Shake Shake Shake’
‘Goldie Locks’
‘Mirrored And Reverse’
‘Paint Silver Gold’
‘Syncn’
‘I’d Have It Just The Way You Were’
‘Migration Wind’
‘All Consolation’
‘Hard Attack’
‘I Start To Run’
‘Darksided Computer’
‘Say What You Want’

–By our Los Angeles staff.
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