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Sleigh Bells Live Stream Their Manhattan Show Tonight

Band will play songs from their new album 'Reign of Terror'

February 17, 2012 4:35 PM ET
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Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells performs during the Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre in George, Washington.
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Brooklyn noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells will play a homecoming gig at New York City's Terminal 5 tonight, just a night before making their debut appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend. The band will be playing old favorites from their acclaimed debut Treats, as well as several cuts from their new album, Reign of Terror.

Unsurprisingly, the gig is entirely sold out, but there is some good news for fans who were either shut out or live nowhere near Manhattan. The Bowery Presents will be live streaming the show on YouTube. If it's possible to line your computer out to very loud speakers, you definitely should for this stream. Just saying.

You can watch the show Here.

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