Watch Jeff Mangum Perform a Surprise Live Set at Occupy Wall Street

October 5th, 2011
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After playing two shows for All Tomorrow’s Parties I’ll Be Your Mirror Festival last weekend, Jeff Mangum, formerly of Neutral Milk Hotel decided to join the protesters camped out along Wall Street in New York.  Last night, the singer and guitarist treated those present to an all request live performance while occupying Wall Street.

Making a surprise presence down on Wall Street to the delight of many protesters present, Mangum gave an impromptu show until late last night which was broadcast over Livestream.  The 40 minutes of footage can be view below.

About halfway through the Livestream broadcast Mangum stated the following:

I’m here to serve you, what do you want to hear?

Jeff Mangum’s Surprise Wall Street Performance Song List:

Themselves (Minutemen Cover)

Holland, 1945


Song Against Sex

Two Headed Boy, Pt. 2

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea

King of Carrot Flowers Part 1

Oh Comely

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