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See Siouxsie Sioux Play the Banshees’ ‘Kaleidoscope’ Live at First Show in Five Years

Goth-punk icon also covered Beatles at Meltdown Festival

picture-18547-1390524318By: Kyle McGovern // June 18, 2013

Siouxsie Sioux performed live for the first time in five years this past Saturday (June 15), as part of Yoko Ono’s Meltdown Festival, which kicked off in London on June 14 and ends on June 23. As Slicing Up Eyeballs reports, the post-punk icon played all of her Banshees’ beloved third album, 1980’s Kaleidoscope, and cherry-picked highlights from the rest of the band’s classic catalog. The gothic rock icon also dusted off tracks from her 2007 solo LP, MantaRay, and covered the Beatles’ “Dear Prudence.” Fan-shot footage from the show has since surfaced online, meaning you can watch “Clockface” above, and find “Red Light,” “Paradise Place,” “Dear Prudence,” and “Into a Swan” below.  

Siouxsie Sioux @ Yoko Ono’s Meltdown Festival (June 15, 2013) set list:

“Happy House”
“Tenant”
“Trophy”
“Hybrid”
“Clockface”
“Lunar Camel”
“Christine”
“Desert Kisses”
“Red Light”
“Paradise Place”
“Skin”
“Eve White/Eve Black”
“Israel”
“Arabian Knights”
“Cities in Dust”
“Dear Prudence”
“Loveless”
“Face to Face”
“Careless Love”
“Here Comes the Day”
“Into a Swan”