My Chemical Romance debut new music and rarities at first UK show in 11 years

In their first UK gig since 2011 – and their first show to go on since reuniting in 2019 – My Chemical Romance performed a series of rare and deep cuts. , and also released a new single ‘The Foundations Of Decay’. .

The show – took place at The Eden Project in St. This was followed by a pair of songs from 2004’s “Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge” – “Helena” and “Give” Em Hell, Kid” – before My Chem turned the focus to their “Danger Days” era.

They performed ‘Make Room!!!!’ from that album’s B-side compilation, ‘Conventional Weapons’, marking the second time it was played (the first being their December 19th show back in LA). Two other songs from ‘Conventional Weapons’ were released live, with ‘Surrender The Night’ set in the middle of the set and ‘Boy Division’ starting the encore. ‘Kiss The Ring’ was also thoroughly tested, but did not appear on the actual set.

Another highlight of the show was ‘This Is How I Disappear’, off the iconic 2006 album ‘The Black Parade’, which My Chem performed for the first time since 2010. The main part ends with another cut of ‘Black Parade’, ‘Sleep’, while the encore was ended with ‘Danger Days’ the swan ‘The Kids Of Yesterday’.

Check out fan-shot footage from the show below – as well as footage of their merchandise table, which seems to hint at a project labeled ‘SWARM’ – then check out their full list:

My romantic chemistry played:

‘The Foundation of Decline’
‘Helena’
‘For’ Em Hell, Kid ‘
‘Clean the room!!!!’
‘Summer’
‘This is how I disappeared’
‘You know what they do to people like us in prison’
‘Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)’
‘Famous Last Words’
‘Surrender The Night’
‘Teenager’
‘DESTROYA’
‘Women suffer’
‘Vampire Money’
‘Thank You For The Venom’
‘Mother’
‘Welcome to the Black Parade’
‘Sleep’
‘Divide Boy’
‘I’m not fine (I promise)’
‘Children from yesterday’

My Chemical Romance released “The Foundations Of Decay” last Thursday (May 12), marking their first new song since the single “Fake Your Death” in 2014 (previously billed as “Fake Your Death”). the band’s eulogy after they broke up in 2013). NME gave the new single a four-star rating, while guitarist Mikey Way declared it his “favorite MCR song of all time”.

The band’s UK tour continued with a performance of St. Following the UK launch days, My Chem will move on to their native Europe and North America, before visiting New Zealand and Australia in 2023.

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Emma James

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