At The Drive-In Play First Show in 11 Years (Video)

by | Apr 10, 2012

At The Drive-In performed their first show after an 11-year hiatus on Monday night at Red 7 in Austin, Texas.

Video footage of the performance has begun to surface online. A clip of the band playing their hit song “One Armed Scissor” is below.

The group will perform two more shows in Texas this week before heading out West to Coachella. On Tuesday the band will play in Dallas at Trees; Thursday the group will perform in Marfa, Texas at The Capri.

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