Published May 06, 2013The National played in New York as part of the MoMA PS1's Sunday Sessions last night for an impressive six straight hours. Even more impressive (or crazy) was the setlist. The Brooklyn-based band only played "Sorrow" from 2010's High Violet, squeezing it in to the set 105 times.
Fan reports indicate that drummer Bryan Devendorf had to sit one rendition out, which seems pretty understandable.
The band will release Trouble Will Find Me on May 21 via 4AD and you can check out the album details and upcoming tour dates over here.
Check out a couple performances of "Sorrow" from about two hours into the show below, or head over to Pitchfork to see more.