It took a while (a 2020 tour scrapped before booking, a 2021 tour announced and cancelled), but NIN have played their first show since 2018 - and they've made it worth the wait with an amazing setlist. Opening with the first four songs on The Fragile, a few greatest hits follow before deep cut 'The Becoming' (one of six songs from The Downward Spiral), the first 'Every Day Is Exactly the Same' in sixteen years, two Bowie covers (including a public debut of 'Fashion'), and much loved obscurity 'And All That Could Have Been' in the encore. Quiet sounding recording, but it's clear enough and it's amazing to have out so quickly.
(Trying something different out with the URLs for NIN uploads.)
The Day the World Went Away
March of the Pigs
Closer [with 'The Only Time' breakdown]
The Perfect Drug
This Isn't the Place
Every Day Is Exactly the Same [first performance since 2006]
I'm Afraid of Americans [David Bowie cover]
Fashion [David Bowie cover; live debut]
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like a Hole
And All That Could Have Been
1, 2, 3, and 4 from The Fragile; 5, 8, 9, 11, 19, and 21 from The Downward Spiral; 6 from The Slip; 7 from Year Zero; 10 from the Lost Highway soundtrack; 12 from Add Violence; 13, 16, and 17 from With Teeth; 18 from Pretty Hate Machine; 20 from Still.