Watch Silversun Pickups perform 'Dots and Dashes' at Rock the Garden 2013

Silversun Pickups - Dots and Dashes (Live at Rock the Garden 2013) (MN Original / TPT)

As the sun was setting at Rock the Garden 2013, Southern California alternative rock band Silversun Pickups performed "Dots and Dashes" from their album Neck of the Woods and won over both new and old fans with their explosive set. Filling in for new mother of twins Nikki Monninger, bassist Sarah Negahdari charmed fans while Brian Aubert tore up the stage with Joe Lesteand on keys and Christopher Guanlao on drums.

Read Andrew Swensson's review of Rock the Garden 2013.

Silversun Pickups set list:

Skin Graph
Well Thought Out Twinkles
The Royal We
Bloody Mary
Busy Bees
Mean Spirits
The Pit
Panic Switch
Dots and Dashes
Lazy Eye

Slideshow: Silversun Pickups at Rock the Garden

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