Queens Of The Stone Age returned from a long hiatus earlier this summer and scored their first number one album with ...Like Clockwork, their first album in six years.
Josh Homme recruited a bevy of guest performers including Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Elton John, for QOTSA bassist Nick Oliveri, and Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) to help out on various tracks.
Last Friday at Grant Park in Chicago, Queens Of The Stone Age tore through an hour's worth of their best output. A third of their set came from the new album, but the rest drew from as far back as their excellent 2000 effort Rated R. They even kickstarted their Lollapalooza set the same way as their best album Songs For The Deaf - the unbeatable one-two punch of "...Millionaire" (which I still wish Nick Oliveri was on hand to sing) and "No One Knows".
Watch the whole set below.
And here's audio of their latest single, "I Sat By The Ocean".
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