Tame Impala Perform “Nangs” for 1st Time at Primavera

Instead of the usual intro into “Let It Happen.”

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For the first time ever, Tame Impala performed their Currents track “Nangs” during their set at Primavera Sound. Usually, the Australian band led by Kevin Parker begins their shows with an extended intro into “Let It Happen,” but they recently entered the stage to the introduction of “Nangs” during this particular set. Watch it above and make sure to check out our interview with Parker here.

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