Queens of the Stone Age Unplug For 'The Way You Used to Do'

08-28-2017
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Queens Of The Stone Age

(Radio.com) Queens of the Stone Age new album Villains, came out on Friday (Aug. 25). In honor of the release, the band has shared a stripped down version of their new single "The Way You Used to Do."

The performance was recorded during an acoustic performance for German radio station WDR 1LIVE and stands in stark contrast to the original track and the wild dance moves of its official music video.

Check out an online stream of Queens of the Stone Age's powerful stripped down performance that shows the band's latest single release in an entirely new light here.

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