Animal Collective Announce and Release “Live at 9:30” Live Album, Share Live Track
Listen to "Did You See the Words (Live)"
Animal Collective have announced and released a new live album, their first to feature a single show. Live at 9:30 was recorded at their June 12, 2013 show at the 9:30 venue in Washington DC. It was the last show of a sold out three-night stint at the venue. They have shared one track from the release, "Did You See the Words (Live)," which you can stream below. The album is available to purchase now to as a limited edition hand-numbered 3xLP box set via Animal Collective and their label Domino. It'll be released digitally this Friday.
Animal Collective member Geologist had this to say about the album via a press release: "Growing up in Baltimore, we've been seeing shows at 9:30 for over 20 years, back to when the building was called WUST. First time was Pavement in 1994. Always one of our favorite places to see shows, and always one of the most fun places to play a show. Unless the power goes out."
Check out "Did You See the Words (Live)" below, followed by the album's tracklist. And that's the cover art above. Also feel free to visit Animal Collective's freshly relaunched website (www.myanimalhome.net).
Live at 9:30 Tracklist:
1. Amanita (Live)
2. Did You See the Words (Live)
3. Honeycomb (Live)
4. My Girls (Live)
5. Moonjock (Live)
6. New Town Burnout (Live)
7. I Think I Can (Live)
8. Pulleys (Live)
9. What Would I Want? Sky (Live)
10. Peacebone (Live)
11. Monkey Riches (Live)
12. Brothersport (Live)
13. The Purple Bottle (Live)
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