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Tame Impala to Play Innerspeaker in Full for New Livestream Performance

Tame Impala to Play Innerspeaker in Full for New Livestream Performance

Innerspeaker Live From Wave House will broadcast April 21
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Tame Impala, photo by Alex Haygarth

Tame Impala are performing their debut Innerspeaker in its entirety for a new livestream. Innerspeaker Live at the Wave House will be recorded from the West Australian recording studio where Kevin Parker recorded the album in 2009. (Parker became the owner of the studio and residence last fall.) The broadcast takes place Wednesday, April 21, streaming on the live performance platform Moment House in multiple time zones. Find ticket information at Moment House.

Tame Impala released The Slow Rush early last year and celebrated the 10-year anniversary of Innerspeaker with a 4xLP reissue in the fall. Last week, they released a 15-minute archival video from the Innerspeaker sessions; find that below, too.

Revisit Pitchfork’s 2015 interview with Kevin Parker.

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