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Watch The Strokes’ career-spanning headlining set at Primavera Sound

The band's first European performance in four years

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    Photo b​y Adam Kivel

    Julian Casablancas may have turned in a less-than lovable version of “Vision of Division” at Primavera Sound this weekend, but his mainstay outfit pulled out all the stops for their own show. The Strokes headlined the Barcelona festival on Saturday, marking the band’s first European show since Reading and Leeds in 2011.

    The band made up for lost time with a career-spanning 18 song set. Highlights included “One Way Trigger” and “All the Time”, which marked the first time either song had been performed from a European stage. They also played both “Juicebox” and “The Modern Age” for the first time anywhere since 2011, according to Setlist.fm.

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    Replay the full performance below.

    Setlist:
    Machu Picchu
    Someday
    Heart in a Cage
    Barely Legal
    Automatic Stop
    One Way Trigger
    You Talk Way Too Much
    All the Time
    Juicebox
    Taken for a Fool
    You Only Live Once
    Is This It
    Reptilia
    Last Nite
    Take It or Leave It

    Encore:
    The Modern Age
    Under Cover of Darkness
    Hard to Explain
    New York City Cops

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