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In Pictures: Gotye @ Blue Frog, New Delhi

  • You Know This Guy...
    Belgian-Australian artist Wally De Becker, better known as Gotye, performed a set at Blue Frog, Delhi on Wednesday, February 6. The opening act for the night was Your Chin, the solo indie-pop project of Sky Rabbit frontman Raxit Tewari.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • And You Used To Do Too
    This was Tewari's second solo gig in the capital, and his 45-minute set drew the crowd into the venue. Your Chin's set comprised older tracks including 'Your Chin', 'For Love' and 'Different Turn', as well as 'Electro What' and 'Run Along Little One' from his upcoming EP.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • Gotye!
    De Becker has been touring with his band for two years without a break, and the Delhi gig was their last stop. While Gotye used a minimal, five-member setup at Blue Frog, the band often tours with as many as 12 members, with three drummers at larger venues.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • Wally De Becker
    Band members switched instruments on almost every song, and De Becker spent a considerable amount of time at the drums. Gotye's stellar set comprised songs from all three of his studio albums.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • No stone unturned
    The band's live performances are known for their high production values, and the Delhi gig was no different. The visual aspect of the show included interesting graphics and back-panel projections, and every track ended in a complete black-out on stage.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • 'Giving Me A Chance'
    Gotye's set included tracks like 'Thanks For Your Time', 'It Hurts To Let Go', and 'Don't Worry, We'll Be Watching You', as well as slower tracks like 'Bronte'. Predictably, the crowd went wild during 'Heart's A Mess' and 'Somebody That I Used To Know'.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • G'day, mate!
    A limited number of tickets were sold for the show, and the sold-out gig was part of Oz Fest in India. Oz Fest has previously seen performances by several prominent Aussie acts in India, including Jinja Safari, Big Scary and Karnivool. Check out pics from that gig here.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • All The Somebodies
    'Somebody That I Used To Know' is one of the most covered tracks of 2012, and De Becker sifted through the mountain of YouTube covers to create his own remix video, titled 'Somebodies - A YouTube Orchestra'. Using audio and video exclusively from all the cover and parody videos of the song, the vocalist has remixed his own track. It's a fun listen, cheggit.
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
  • Setlist
    ''The Only Way'
    'What Do You Want?'
    'Easy Way Out'
    'Smoke And Mirrors'
    'State Of The Art'
    'Thanks For Your Time'
    'Don't Worry, We'll Be Watching You'
    'Dig Your Own Hole'
    'Eyes Wide Open'
    'Night Drive'
    'Giving Me A Chance'
    'Bronte'
    'Somebody That I Used to Know'
    'Save Me'
    'Heart's A Mess'

    Encore:
    'Seven Hours With A Backseat Driver'
    'I Feel Better'
    'Learnalilgivinanlovin'
    Photo credit: Shatabdi Chakrabarti
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