Band of Horses on Rockpalast, April 14, 2010

Holy shit, it’s back!

On April 14*, 2010, Band of Horses appeared on a German show called Rockpalast.  They played a 70 minute set in a beautiful stone church in Köln (Cologne).  When I originally stumbled upon the footage on YouTube, I was ecstatic.  The sound quality is fantastic and there’s only one of my favorite songs missing from the set.  I watched that video over and over and over again until the day it disappeared from YouTube.  I had a significant emotional event when I discovered it was gone.  I even made a blog post about it.

I’m not exactly sure when it happened, but someone uploaded it again.  Happy Day!  If you have 70 minutes to dedicate to hearing some quality live music, I cannot encourage you enough to watch this.


*My birthday!  How appropriate that my favorite bit of live music happened on April 14.

~ by schlippo on April 17, 2014.

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