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Watch Soundgarden Debut A ‘Superunknown’-Era Song Live In Sydney

Written by Tom Williams on February 27, 2015

Soundgarden have been gifting their Aussie fans with some rarities during the 2015 Soundwave Festival tour, and last night the band delivered another at their Sydney sidewave, performing Fell On Black Days B-side Kyle Petty, Son Of Richard live for the very first time.

Footage of Kyle Petty‘s live debut has now emerged online, and is available in all its never-before-seen-live goodness below. Fell On Black Days, of course, appeared on Soundgarden’s classic 1994 album Superunknown.

Last weekend, Soundgarden performed Birth Ritual, a track from the soundtrack to the movie Singles, at the Melbourne and Adelaide legs of Soundwave, the first times the track has been played live since 1992.

Following Soundwave, which wraps up in Sydney and Brisbane this weekend, Soundgarden say they will begin work on their next album.

Watch Soundgarden tear into Kyle Petty, Son Of Richard for the first time ever in the video below, alongside some choice photos from their Sydney show, plus read our full review of the night here.

Watch: Soundgarden – Kyle Petty, Son Of Richard (Live in Sydney, Big Top Luna Park 26/02/15)

Photos: Soundgarden – Sydney, Big Top Luna Park 26/02/15 / Photos: Liam Cameron

Soundgarden – Sydney, Big Top Luna Park 26/02/15 Setlist (Via Setlist.fm)

The Telephantasm (Intro)
Incessant Mace
Hunted Down
Drawing Flies
Ugly Truth
Jesus Christ Pose
Spoonman
Kyle Petty, Son of Richard (Live premiere)
A Thousand Days Before
Like Suicide
Blind Dogs
Flower
Beyond the Wheel
Been Away Too Long
The Day I Tried to Live
My Wave
Fell on Black Days
Black Hole Sun
Birth Ritual
Burden in My Hand

Encore:

Outshined
Kickstand
Slaves & Bulldozers

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