Broken Bells Live at First Avenue

Broken Bells
Danger Mouse and James Mercer are Broken Bells (Image courtesy the band)
Broken Bells Live at First Avenue December 6, 2010
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Broken Bells, the collaboration between Shins front-man James Mercer and Danger Mouse, took the First Avenue stage on December 6th to a sold out crowd.

They played through most of their debut, self-titled album, added a Neil Young cover to their set list, threw in a new song, and also played a song off of Danger Mouse's "Dark Night of the Soul" album. And The Current was there to record it.




Your Head is on Fire

The Ghost Inside

Sailing to Nowhere

Trap Doors

Insane Lullaby (From "Dark Night of the Soul," a collaboration between Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse.)

The High Road

Meyrin Fields




Don't Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young cover)

Mongrel Heart

The Mall & Misery

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    Broken Bells -- James Mercer (left) and Brian Burton (a.k.a. Danger Mouse) -- are back with a new album. 'After The Disco' is due out in January. (James Minchin / Courtesy the Artist)
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    Broken Bells (Photo courtesy of the artist)