The original LCD Soundsystem lineup reunited on Saturday night to play a short set at a special DFA Records event. As announced last month, James Murphy and company hosted a party in New York to celebrate the label's 20th anniversary. \u201cAnniversaries, schmaniversaries, but given everything we\u2019ve all collectively been through, this feels like a plausible excuse to throw a party. So that\u2019s what we\u2019re doing,\u201d DFA said in a statement. Murphy, alongside current members Nancy Whang and Pat Mahoney and past members Tyler Pope and Phil Mossman, treated guests to a two-song set. They dusted off 2005's "Give It Up" for its first live performance in 15 years, and also played a rendition of Harry Nilsson\u2019s \u2018Jump Into The Fire\u2019, which they last performed during their farewell show at Madison Square Garden back in 2011. Watch the LCD Soundsystem play both songs below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Stereogum (@stereogum) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Scott Lapatine (@scottgum) The reunion follows LCD Soundsystem's\u00a0Saturday Night Live\u00a0appearance last month, where they also pulled deep from their catalog and performed \u201cThrills\u201d and \u201cYr City\u2019s A Sucker\u201d from their self-titled album. The band plans to play two East Coast residencies in the coming weeks \u2014 March 28th-31st at Philadelphia\u2019s Franklin Music Hall and April 3rd-6th at Boston\u2019s Road Runner \u2014 and then cross the Pond in June before heading back to the States to headline the This Ain\u2019t No Picnic festival\u00a0in August.