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This Might Be The Last Two Songs Underoath Will Ever Play

Posted by on January 28, 2013

Having been on their farewell tour for the past month, Underoath played their final show this past Saturday (26) at St. Petersburg’s Jannus Landing. Of course , fan-filmed footage of the last show has surfaced, with one attendee documenting the last two songs. Here’s  “A Boy Brushed Red Living in Black” and “Writing on the Walls.” Hopefully nobody got hurt from the Philip Seymour Hoffman-looking keyboard player throwing a floor tom out into the crowd at the end of the show. If you get hit in the head by a drum thrown by the member of a Christian band, does that count as an act of God? At any rate, it looks like there will be more professionally-shot footage of the show, as a camera crew is clearly shown documenting the goings-on. Check out the set list after the jump.

Breathing In A New Mentality”
“It’s Dangerous Business Walking Out Your Front Door”
“In Division”
“In Regards To Myself”
“Unsound”
“Driftwood”
“Emergency Broadcast: The End Is Near” (feat. Aaron Gillespie)
“Reinventing Your Exit” (feat. Aaron Gillespie)
“Illuminator”
“Young And Aspiring”
“Paper Lung”
“Moving For The Sake Of Motion”
“Who Will Guard The Guardians?”
“Everyone Looks So Good From Here”

Encore:

“Casting Such A Thin Shadow”
“A Boy Brushed Red Living In Black And White”
“Writing On The Walls”

[via the prp]

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