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- Posted on May 28th 2010 12:15PM by Stephen Dowling
Superchunk, alongside Pavement, help kick off Primavera 2010, with singer Mac McCaughan and bassist Laura Ballance taking a breather from running super-indie Merge Records to road test what will be their next album, which is out in September.
Sandwiched between the Fall and Malkmus' reconvened slacker figureheads, this could have been an early-evening set from nigh on two decades ago, sans the digital cameras and pocket-sized mobile phones being waved above the audience's heads.
What you didn't have in 1992, however, was Les Savy Fav, whose singer Tim Harrington leapt onstage to help Superchunk's ragged rendition of 'Precision Auto,' a track the New Yorkers have long paid tribute to in their own live sets.
In a blink, Harrington was gone, and Superchunk picked up where they left off with a bruising version of 'Slack Motherf---er.'
Later, Harrington Tweeted, "Guess who sang 'Precision Auto' with Superchunk in Spain in front of a s---ton of Europeans? ME! I brag cause it's the best thing I ever did."