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Published: 2014/06/16

The Disco Biscuits Close Out NYC Run

The Disco Biscuits wrapped up their three night run at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Saturday night. As was the case on the previous two nights of the outing, the group delivered a four-song set to start off the show. The band didn’t stopping playing for the entirety of the opening stanza, which came to a close with the remainder of the “Magellan” that began on Thursday night.

The night’s second set featured a few surprises as well, including the first “Pat & Dex” since 2011 and an inverted “Bernstein & Chasnoff.” The band also worked in a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell,” which appeared toward the beginning and at the very end of the set. The show then came to a close with a quick “Magellan Reprise.”

As previously reported, The Disco Biscutis offered fans a few treats on the first two nights of their NYC run. Thursday night saw the group repeat the setlist from their first-ever performance at Irving Plaza, while Friday night featured their debut rendition of “Viola Lee Blues.”

*Here’s a look at Saturday night’s setlist

Saturday, June 14, 2014, The Disco Biscuits, Irving Plaza, New York, NY

Set I: Save the Robots > Aceetobee > Mr. Don > Magellan (with Ladies fakeout, completes 6/12/14 version)

Set II: Overture > Gangster > Run Like Hell > Pat & Dex, Shem-Rah Boo > Bernstein & Chasnoff (inv) > Run Like Hell

Enc: Magellan Reprise

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