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Mitski – Live at Boston Calling (Full Set)

May 28, 2017 – Easily one of the most powerful and captivating performances at Boston Calling 2017 belongs to 27-yr-old, Mitski. Under threatening skies, she performed a number of songs from her 2016 release, Puberty 2, as well notable tracks from her earlier works. After her fiery set, Mitski told Front Row Boston, “I am a natural introvert-- it’s not that I become a different person on stage – I think I finally become myself on stage.” We look forward to what comes next for her!

Dan The Dancer 2:00
Francis Forever 4:18
I Don’t Smoke 6:53
First Love / Late Spring 10:00
I Bet on Losing Dogs 14:58
Townie 18:10
Thursday Girl 21:22
Your Best American Girl 24:15
Drunk Walk Home 27:40
I Will 31:21
Happy 34:46
My Body’s Made of Crushed Little Stars 38:45

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Video Credits:
Greg Shea – Producer/Director/Camera/Editor
Bill Winn – Recorded & Mixed by
Joe Tooley – Record Engineer
Jess Barnthouse – Camera
Hannah Bates – Camera
Dylan Connor – Camera
Mike Kligerman – Camera
Sean Shore – Camera

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