Goose has shared a full pro-shot video of its performance at Austin, TX’s Scoot Inn on Friday night. The appearance came on the second night of a back-to-back in Hippie Haven and preceded a Saturday night showing at The Echo Lounge & Music Hall in Dallas.

Wasting no time, Goose powered into the jams and kicked things off with a perennial jam vehicle, “Drive”. This 19-minute telling caused the quintet to take a stumble into “Tumble” without finishing the opener, before the first cover of the evening, Father John Misty‘s “I’m Writing A Novel”. This marked the first time the Connecticut indie-groove outfit would perform this cover in-person after debuting it during a quarantine stream from bassist Trevor Weekz‘s living room.

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Up next came a usual “SOS” > “(dawn)” pairing, the latter of which hadn’t got an official notation until its inclusion on the band’s latest album, Shenanigans Nite Club. Another quarantine debut, “726”, followed, which featured Peter Anspach on keys and spirited drum work from Ben Atkind and Jeff Arevalo. The true highlight of this ten-minute requiem, however, was the vocal interplay between Rick Mitarotonda (vocals/guitar) and Anspach, who dramatically carried the song into a set-ending “Empress of Oregano”.

Creedence Clearwater Revival jolt of energy jump-started set two with “Green River”. The five-piece outfit danced in the moonlight all the way to the lightly strummed original, “The Old Man’s Boat”. A segue to “Rockdale” brought the second frame to its midpoint, setting up a fan-favorite “White Lights”. What typically starts off as a softly sung ballad eventually made its way to the upbeat and uplifting chorus and jam section. A segue to Moon Cabin‘s “Rosewood Heart” temporarily bottled the energy into a more chill and vocally-focused narration, before rocketing back with a folky hoedown, “Flodown”. A short encore break put a lid on the boil before Anspach, Mitarotonda, Weekz, Atkind, and Arevalo returned with a final song, The Guess Who‘s “American Woman”, which the band debuted during its Austin Powers 2 Halloween show last month in Worchester, MA.

Check out a full, pro-shot video of the entire performance below and scroll down for a complete setlist.

Goose will continue its fall tour tonight, November 16th, in Oklahoma City, OK before a run through Missouri and Colorado takes the band to its annual Goosemas celebration at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT (12/18). Head here for tickets and additional tour dates.

Goose – Scoot Inn – 11/12/21 [Pro-Shot]

Setlist: Goose | Scoot Inn | Austin, TX | 11/12/21

Set One: Drive {1} > Tumble, Writing A Novel {2}, SOS > Dawn, 726 > Empress of Organo

Set Two: Green River {3}, The Old Man’s Boat > Rockdale, White Lights {1} > Rosewood Heart > Flodown

Encore: American Woman {4}

Coach’s Notes:
{1} Unfinished
{2} Father John Misty
{3} Creedence Clearwater Revival
{4} The Guess Who
Next Show: 11.13.21 • Dallas, TX • The Echo Lounge & Music Hall