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Set List From The Forum, Melbourne 17th August!

Here's the set list for the gig in Melbourne at The Forum, 17th August!
  1. 22 Dreams
  2. The Changingman
  3. From the Floorboards Up
  4. All I Wanna Do Is Be With You
  5. Out Of The Sinking
  6. Sea Spray
  7. Shout To The Top
  8. Push It Along
  9. Porcelain Gods
  10. Pretty Flamingo
  11. Picking Up Sticks
  12. Wishing On A Star
  13. Have You Made Up Your Mind
  14. That's Entertainment
  15. All On A Misty Morning/Magic Bus
  16. Light Nights
  17. Wild Wood
  18. Empty Ring
  19. You Do Something To Me
  20. Echoes Round The Sun
  21. Eton Rifles
  22. Whirlpools End
  23. Encore Applause
  24. Peacock Suit
  25. Broken Stones
  26. Band Introductions
  27. A Town Called Malice
Kindly provided by Harry W.

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