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On February 19, New Zealand rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra returned to New York for a sold out performance at Irving Plaza.

The show came in support of their typically terrific new album Multi-Love, released via Jagjaguwar. The bands funk-inspired rock jams sounded larger than ever before. Somehow frontman Ruban Nielson and the rest of the expanding live lineup continue to get tighter and find new ways to impress.

Find photos of their performance posted below, along with Lower Dens, who opened the show with an abbreviated lineup featuring just frontwoman Jana Hunter and drummer Nate Nelson.

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