Black Rebel Motorcycle Club performs live in The Current studios

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Photo: Tessa Angus)
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As one of the leading members of the garage rock revival of the early 2000s, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have become a household name in the rock world. Along with The Strokes and Jet, BRMC brought a new generation of fans to the decades-old style.

Now, with the release of their new album, "Beat The Devil's Tattoo," BRMC are back in Minneapolis for a performance at The Current's studios.

Songs performed: "Beat The Devil's Tatoo," "River Styx," and "Annabel Lee."

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