After spending a vast amount of time out of the spotlight, suddenly Jeff Mangum is everywhere. Radiohead may not have made it to the Occupy Wall Street protests last week, but the Neutral Milk Hotel singer did yesterday, where he played a 30-minute long acoustic set. This follows Mangum’s three-night stand in Asbury Park, NJ, where he appeared at the ATP festival and did a headlining show of his own. Songs included “Holland, 1945,” “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea,” “The King of Carrot Flowers Part 1,” ”Oh Comely” and a cover of Minutemen’s “Themselves.” Check it out in the video below, and head over here for more details on Occupy Wall Street.
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