Concert Review and Photo Gallery: Spoon At Brooklyn Steel

Spoon at Brooklyn Steel
Britt Daniel of Spoon (Photos by Arien Dijkstra)

Indie rockers Spoon played two shows in a row this week at Bowery Presents’ newest venue, Brooklyn Steel, to a packed house both evenings. Wednesday night’s performance was live-streamed Pitchfork’s YouTube and Facebook and remains available to watch online for those not lucky enough to catch it live.

The band synonymous with consistency has been out on tour supporting their latest album, Hot Thoughts, filled with infectious energy, unobtrusively catchy tunes and bouts of psychedelia. Wednesday’s setlist boasted six songs from Hot Thoughts and selections reaching back to 2001’s Girls Can Tell

Spoonheads got their fill of hits with “I Turn My Camera On,” “Do You,” and the undoubted favorite “The Underdog,” from 2007’s Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga.

Spoon’s artful frontman Britt Daniel recently chatted with Long Island Weekly about the band’s successes. See Spoon: Pop’s Best Kept Secret for the full interview.

Check out our photo gallery from the show below:

Garage punk band White Reaper opened the show
White Reaper frontman Tony Esposito


  1. Do I Have to Talk You Into It
  2. Inside Out
  3. I Turn My Camera On
  4. WhisperI’lllistentohearit
  5. Don’t You Evah
  6. Do You
  7. Via Kannela
  8. I Ain’t the One
  9. Anything You Want
  10. Can I Sit Next To You
  11. My Mathematical Mind
  12. Don’t Make Me a Target
  13. The Underdog
  14. Rainy Taxi
  15. Black Like Me


16. Pink Up
17. Hot Thoughts
18. Got Nuffin
19. Rent I Pay

Catch Spoon next on CBS’ This Morning Saturday and APHC’s A Prairie Home Companion on Saturday, Dec. 2. 

For a full interview with Britt Daniel, see Spoon: Pop’s Best Kept Secret

Spoon: Pop’s Best Kept Secret

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