Watch Kurt Vile, Atlas Sound, Built to Spill Live at PA Benefit Gig

Titus Andronicus [Photo: Dennis E. Swogger Jr.]
David Bevan WRITTEN BY
David Bevan

Last month, several indie rock titans traveled to Braddock, Pennsylvania to take part in the Benefit Braddock, a Levis-produced concert series dedicated to rebuilding and revitalizing the beleaguered former steel town located in Pittsburgh's eastern suburbs. (Check out a photo gallery of the weekend's proceedings here) Below, you can check out an exclusive collection of video highlights from the event including, but certainly not limited to, Kurt Vile leading his Violators through "Freeway" and Built to Spill unearthing a fiery take of "Stab," a cut from their 1994 debut There's Nothing Wrong with Love. Kurt Vile & The Violators - "Freeway"
The Hold Steady - "Stay Positive"
Play Atlas Sound - "Flagstaff"
Play Titus Andronicus - "Four Score and Seven"
Play Built to Spill - "Stab"
Play Andrew Bird - "Plasticities"

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  • 1 Kopecky — Quarterback " 02:52
  • 2 Ava Luna — Coat Of Shellac " 03:45
  • 3 Young Guv — Ripe 4 Luv " 32:41
  • 4 Big Harp — It's a Shame " 01:57
  • 5 Blood Orange — Delancey " 02:15
  • 6 Gangrene — Play It Cool Feat Samuel T. Herring (of Future Islands) & Earl Sweatshirt " 03:53
  • 7 Jay Electronica — Road To Perdition feat. Jay Z " 03:33

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