2016-05-24T19:03:28+00:00 2016-05-24T19:03:28+00:00

Watch Algiers perform anti-establishment anthems "Blood" and "Black Eunuch" in the Mojave Desert

Since the release of their debut self-titled LP in mid-2015, Algiers has been on the receiving end of widespread accolade for their unique gospel-infused concoction of post-punk and industrial blues. However, the crowning jewel of the alt-rock outfit are their theatrical live performances coupled lead singer Franklin James' incisive lyrical content, harrowing the foundations of every established Western institution from Capitalism to organized religion. Watch the group take to the Mojave desert to perform their anti-establishment anthems "Blood" and "Black Eunuch," accompanied by artist Azuma Makoto's floating palm tree "botanical sculpture."

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Indie · Post-Punk

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