Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed a riotous set in New York City over the weekend, in celebration of their new album, Cool It Down.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs made a grand return to their hometown on Saturday (October 1), putting on a show-stopping performance at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY, in celebration of their latest record, Cool It Down.
The iconic Brooklyn-hailing indie rockers performed a total of 18 songs to the sold-out crowd, who cheered them on relentlessly, with unrestrained enthusiasm.
“It means the world to me, it means the world to me tonight,” said frontwoman, Karen O to the audience, whilst announcing the dedication of their song, Maps to “deeply soulful, deeply brilliant Asian-American women.”
Check out some fan-shot footage from their live set below.
Before the Yeah Yeah Yeahs made their way to the stage, The Linda Lindas kicked off the night as their supporting acts. The LA-originating punk rock collective flawlessly warmed up the audience with their animated stage presence and high-voltage set. Check out some crowd footage of one of their performances below.
Stream Cool It Down via Spotify today.