Photos by Jonathan Arevalo
LA synthwave unit The Black Queen (ex-The Dillinger Escape Plan, Telefon Tel Aviv, ex-Nine Inch Nails) are currently embarked on their first, full debut North American headlining tour, which they kicked off in San Diego in late February.
The trek stopped by Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on March 8th, where The Black Queen performed a strong 15-song set, consisting of songs from the band’s recently released sophomore album, Infinite Games, plus tracks off their first LP, Fever Daydream. New songs like “Thrown Into the Dark,” “No Accusations,” “Your Move,” and “One Edge of Two,” plus established tracks such as “Ice to Never,” “Maybe We Should/Non-Consent,” “Distanced,” closer “Apocalypse Morning,” and more, rounded out the band’s performance.
Check out photos from the night, including shots of Kanga and Uniform via the gallery in this post.
The tour runs through the end of this month in California. The Black Queen also perform in Mexico City right after. All upcoming shows are listed here.
Coming soon to Music Hall of Williamsburg:
The Black Queen:
The Black Queen – NYC – Music Hall of Williamsburg 03/08/2019 setlist [via]:
02. Thrown Into the Dark
03. No Accusations
04. Ice to Never
05. Maybe We Should/Non-Consent
07. Your Move
08. Taman Shud
09. That Death Cannot Touch
10. Secret Scream
11. The End Where We Start
12. Now, When I’m This
13. One Edge of Two
14. Strange Quark
15. Apocalypse Morning
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