Last week, the Black Cat in Washington DC was the venue for ‘No Thanks: A Night of Anti-Fascist Sound Resistance in the Capital of the USA’.
It was organised by a host of local musicians and Katie Alice Greer of Priests, who also performed alongside Waxahatchee, Sad13 (aka Sadie Dupuis) and Ted Leo. But there was also a special set from some unannounced guests: Dirty Projectors.
David Longstreth took to the stage and played ‘Keep Your Name’, which was the first taster of their upcoming self-titled album. The quiet, tender moment was captured by a fan, showing David playing the track solo.
Watch Dirty Projectors performing ‘Keep Your Name’ via Instagram below.
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It’s the first new material with their current lineup.
Buoyant and witty, and notably shy of meandering eight-minute odysseys.
The band’s new album ‘Lamp Lit Prose’ is out next month.
The record’s first single ‘Break-Thru’ is streaming now.