Here’s Yeah Yeah Yeahs Performing ‘Maps’ And Most Of ‘Fever To Tell’ At Their First Show In Four Years

The world hasn’t heard much from Yeah Yeah Yeahs since the group when on hiatus in 2014, which makes sense given the nature of those things. The group has been back in the public eye recently, though, since they’re giving their classic 2003 album Fever To Tell a 15th anniversary re-release, which will come with a documentary set during the band’s 2003 UK tour.

Speaking of tours, Yeah Yeah Yeahs are actually on one now, and last night, they gave their first performance in four years, at Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. The band played almost every song from Fever To Tell, including “Maps,” “Y Control,” and their first performance of “Modern Romance” in seven years. The band trotted out the hits for the rest of the set, like “Gold Lion,” “Zero,” and more of their singles from past albums.

One fan shot pretty decent videos of nearly the entire show, so find a couple of those above, and the rest of them here. Check out last night’s setlist and the band’s upcoming tour dates below.

“Modern Romance”
“Cold Light”
“Black Tongue”
“Gold Lion”
“Under the Earth”
“Soft Shock”
“Cheated Hearts”
“Heads Will Roll”

“Poor Song”
“Y Control”
“Date With The Night / Tick”

10/28 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Growlers Six
10/30 – Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
11/07 – Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre