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WATCH: Against Me! Rock SPIN’s Rooftop

Check out video of four songs from the Florida punk act's album release day show in NYC!

Peter Gaston // June 25, 2010

The last time Against Me! released a new album — our 2007 Album of the Year, New Wave — they played an outdoor SPIN party right in the middle of Manhattan.

So on the day their latest record, White Crosses, hit stores nationwide, the Florida punks decided not to mess with a good thing, celebrating with a wild set on the rooftop of our Lower Manhattan office! Watch four exclusive videos below!

Recently expanded to a five-piece with the addition of touring member Franz Nicolay (formerly of the Hold Steady), the band blasted through a taut nine-song set as part of our SPINhouse Live series, presented by Amstel Light.

Among the highlights: The anthemic choruses of the title track and “I Was a Teenage Anarchist” off White Crosses, and inspired performances of fan favorites “Pints of Guinness Make You Strong” and “Sink, Florida, Sink.”

Read our full recap, including photos, right here.

Against Me! just kicked off a U.S. tour with Silversun Pickups that runs into early August — click here for full dates.