Trent Reznor and firm invent “I’m Insecure of American citizens” and “Fashion” in the starting up gig since Dec. 2018
Nine Scoot Nails returned to the stage for the principle time in over three years Thursday evening, with Trent Reznor and firm turning in a occupation-spanning situation that included a pair of David Bowie covers.
Midway by the band’s gig at Raleigh, North Carolina’s Pink Hat Amphitheater — Nine Scoot Nails’ first trace since Dec. 2018 after their 2021 tour plans were canceled as a consequence of the pandemic — the band first busted out “I’m Insecure of American citizens,” the Reznor-produced Earthling be aware that’s been a staple of NIN concerts all around the last decade.
Directly following that 1997 single, Nine Scoot Nails delivered the stay “debut” of their rendition of the Bowie traditional “Fashion”; Reznor and firm beforehand done the tune (and Lodger‘s “Inconceivable Voyage”) as segment of a Bowie tribute livestream in Jan. 2021, but Thursday marked the principle time NIN has done “Fashion” in a stay setting.
(In July 2017, at Nine Scoot Nails’ then-first trace in three years as well to their first concert since Bowie’s Jan. 2016 dying, Reznor done a mournful quilt of the Blackstar lower “I Can’t Give The entirety Away,” which remained on the NIN setlist for practically about a year.)
The Rock Corridor-inducted Nine Scoot Nails will next headline Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Competition this weekend earlier than embarking on a summer hunch that entails amphitheaters nationwide and pageant headlining slots at Boston Calling, Los Angeles’ Primavera Sound, Louisville’s Louder Than Lifestyles, and more.
From Rolling Stone US.