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The Who performed at London’s Wembley Stadium over the weekend, and their 24-song set featured two surprises.

First, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend premiered “Hero Ground Zero,” a new song expected from their upcoming studio album. The song appears to still be a work in progress, because when they attempted to start the song, Townshend stopped and Daltrey said, “That was a c–k-up, innit? Told you it wasn’t finished, didn’t I?”

 

Later in the set, Eddie Vedder, who had opened for The Who as a special guest on the bill, joined the band on stage and performed the¬†Quadrophenia¬†track “The Punk and the Godfather.”

The second North American leg of The Who’s “Moving On!” tour kicks off September 1 in New York City. A full list of upcoming tour dates can be found at TheWho.com.

Erica Banas is rock/classic rock news blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.