It what was already a note worthy performance for The Who at London's Wembley Stadium, the band debuted a brand new track form their forthcoming 12th studio album. The concert last Saturday marked their first performance at the venue since the historic "Live Aid" benefit in 1985.
Roger Daltrey and Co. are in the midst of their "Moving On" World Tour and are backed by a full orchestra for most of the 24-song set. According to setlist.fm "Hero Ground Zero" was performed for the first time along with a Townshend track entitled "Guantanamo". In all likely hood, these songs are part of what will be the band's first new studio album since 2006's Endless Wire.
The Who also had another surprise for the audience when they invited Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam fame to join for a rendition of "Punk Meets The Godfather". from Quadrophenia. You can watch some of these crowd-shot clips below.
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