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Massive Attack and Tricky team up for “Take It There” and “Eurochild” — watch

Trip-hop legends also take a stand against Brexit vote during their concert in London

Massive Attack // Photo by Philip Cosores
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    Bristol’s finest teamed up last night at London’s Hyde Park, where Massive Attack performed “Take It There” and “Eurochild” (a song from 1994’s Protection that they hadn’t performed in two decades) with vocalist Tricky.

    The trip-hop pioneers also shared their distaste for last week’s Brexit vote, which many view as a reaction to England’s immigrant population.

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    “As sons of immigrants, we are both very disappointed with the situation,” frontman Robert Del Naja told the crowd according to The Independent. “We can’t allow ourselves to fall victim to the populist bullshit going on at the moment. “We can’t let the bigots and racists back into this situation. It’s bullshit.” The group played in front of an electronic banner that read “WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER”.

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    Check out some footage from the show below.

    ”Take It There”:

    ”Eurochild”:

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