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I previously mentioned TEEN before. They're three sisters (plus one close friend), and their debut album, In Limbo, just came out...
TEEN had a brief set, consisting mostly from their debut album, In Limbo, including "Come Back", "Better", "Huh", "In Limbo", "Electric", and the closer song, "Why, Why, Why." There were a couple of songs I didn't recognize called "Paradise" and "Cannibal", these songs aren't from In Limbo.
As for Hospitality, they are a very upbeat pop band. They're supposed to be a trio, but they had an extra rhythm guitarist on tour with them.
As you can see from the setlist, almost every song from their album was played: "The Birthday", "The Right Profession", "Friends Of Friends", "Betty Wang", "Sleepover", "Julie", "Liberal Arts", "All Day Today" and "Eighth Avenue". Rounding out the rest of their set were various b-sides, including an upcoming 7" called "The Dift" with the flipside "Monkey."
I know the photo shows a lot of songs, but in about 12 minutes, they had gotten to "Betty Wang" (my favorite song from them) - so basically all their songs are three minutes or less!
Hospitality is currently on tour in support of their self-titled album, available now from Merge Records.
PS, off topic note, but did you noticed how they wrote "The Joseph Bell" on the setlist? That's the band that opened up the show; I guess they wanted to remember the band's name to thank them.
Hospitality at 400 Bar, Minneapolis (10/01/12)