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Posted on Mar 03, 2014 02:46 pm
On Friday night, Damon Albarn delivered his first live, public performance in support of his debut solo album "Everyday Robots," appearing at BBC Radio 6 Music Festival in Manchester.
Accomapnied by a full band, which he's dubbed The Heavy Seas, Albarn performed six songs from Everyday Robots, as well as material from his various other projects, Consequence of Sound reports.
Highlights included the live debut of Blur's "All Your Life", the world premiere of "The Selfish Giant," "Mr. Tembo," "Heavy Seas of Love," which are set to appear on "Everyday Robots," and performances of Gorillaz's "On Melancholy Hill," "Tomorrow Comes Today," and "El Manana," and the Good, the Bad, and the Queen's "Kingdom of Doom."
Watch the full replay at BBC 6's website. Below, you can watch his performance of set opener "Everyday Robots."
Everyday Robots Hostiles Lonely Press Play Tomorrow Comes Today (Gorillaz song) The Selfish Giant (Live debut) You and Me On Melancholy Hill (Gorillaz song) Hollow Ponds Photographs (You Are Taking Now) Kingdom of Doom (The Good, the Bad & the Queen song) All Your Life (Blur song) (Beetlebum B-side - First time played ever)
Mr. Tembo (Live debut) El Manana (Gorillaz song) Heavy Seas of Love (Live debut)