We might be a little late to the party with this one, but The Strokes finally returned to the stage for the first time this weekend after a three-year hiatus from it all. The band performed in Port Chester, NY on Saturday, a warm-up gig, if you will, for their anticipated performance at the Governors Ball Music Festival.
What the band did during this show was showcase all their music with a career-spanning setlist with tracks from all five of their studio albums including “Reptilia,” “Heart in a Cage,”12:51” and many more.
While some were indifferent to their last album, Comedown Machine, three songs from that album made their way onto the setlist including “Welcome to Japan,” “Happy Ending” and one of the singles, “One Way Trigger.”
Check out some fan shot videos, though we do not agree with their decision to watch a one of a kind show through a camera.
Their loss is our gain.
“Welcome to Japan” (from Comedown Machine):
“One Way Trigger” (from Comedown Machine):
“Happy Ending” (from Comedown Machine):
Last Nite (from Is This It):
“New York City Cops” (from Is This It):