Dopapod has released new pro-shot footage of the band’s performance of “Brookline Bridge” at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom. The video comes from the band’s final show of the two-night Denver run, which saw early and late performances on May 13th and 14th.

The performance of the Radar track came in what was technically the three slot on 5/14/21 after an opening “Shirt Jam”, which utilized a sampler built into drummer Neal “Fro” Evans‘ shirt, led into “Vol. 3 #86”. Taken from Dopapod’s debut album, “Brookline Bridge” is one of the band’s oldest songs, dating back to 8/3/08 per Phantasy Tour, but yet has only been played 45 times in those nearly 13 years. This latest performance of “Brookline Bridge” came as the first since 1/25/20 or 10 shows.

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This live rendition found Dopapod easing into things with a slow burn jam headed by keyboardist Eli Winderman. With simplistic guitar licks from Rob Compa, the band is able to stretch out and take a wide berth with the jazz-influenced instrumental. The pieces all come together with the rhythm section of Fro and bassist Chuck Jones as “Brookline Bridge” ambles on with no particular place to be, before building to a mini Floydian crescendo by the end.

Watch Dopapod perform “Brookline Bridge” at Cervantes’ in Denver during the late show on May 14th.

Dopapod – “Brookline Bridge” – Denver, CO – 5/14/21

[Video: Dopapod]

In related news, Dopapod has announced a free broadcast of the band’s Turtle Studio Sessions livestream on June 24th. Sign up here for free access to the Dopapod in-studio performance, set to air Thursday at 8 p.m. ET.