Umphrey’s McGee finished a massive three-night run in and around New York City last weekend, with two nights at “The Original Rock Palace” better known as The Capitol Theatre. The run culminated with a rock ‘n’ roll clinic at Brooklyn Bowl on the third and final night. Today, the group released video of “Speak Up” from the second night of The Cap run, which made an appearance towards the end of the second set.

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While the show was drenched in plenty of fan-favorite songs from the Umph catalog, including “Out of Order,” “Wife Soup,” “Der Bluten Kat,” and Radiohead‘s “The National Anthem,” the fairly new(ish) track “Speak Up” brought, arguably, one of the best jams of the night as it posted up before and eventually segued into a second set-closing “Glory.” Since its live debut on New Year’s Eve back in 2015 at Denver, CO’s The Fillmore Auditorium, the song has become a fairly regular staple of the group, having been played 46 times over that course of time. Take a listen for yourself below:

“Speak Up” Live From The Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY 10/21/17:

[via Umphrey’s McGee]

[Video directed by CJ Strehlow – Thanks to All Things Umphrey’s for the song data]

SETLIST: Umphrey’s McGee | The Capitol Theatre/Garcia’s | Port Chester, NY | 10/21/17 

VIP Pre-show Set: Draconian, Example 1, Kabump > 2nd Self

Set one: Flamethrower > Ringo, Red Tape, Comma Later > Out of Order > Wife Soup

Set two: Der Bluten Kat > In The Kitchen* > Der Bluten Kat, Cemetary Walk, The National Anthem, Speak Up > Glory

Encore: Bad Friday**

* “All Things Ninja” (UM) and “25 or 6 to 4” (Chicago) teases
** “Wanna Be Startin’ Something” (Michael Jackson) teases

[Cover photo via Andrew Scott Blackstein]