Julien Baker performing at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY

Julien took the stage at 11 armed with what looked like a new Fender Telecaster Thinline. Her setlist was very similar to her Bowery Ballroom one, but her cover this time was Death Cab for Cutie's "Photobooth", which she had previously covered for A.V. Undercover.

Julien Baker and her Fender Telecaster Thinline in sunburst

As always, Julien's Telecaster tone was amazing. Glassy cleans, especially apparent for double stops like on "Vessels", which I've embedded at the top of the page.

Julien Baker in black and white in Brooklyn, NY

She also played two new tracks, one of which was "Funeral Pyre", which she jokingly referred to as "Sad Song 11" during her NPR Tiny Desk concert. The other song seems to be untitled, but the Internet seems to have taken to calling it "Sad Song 12", which seems appropriate.

Taking a video of Julien Baker at the Music Hall of Williamsburg

As is my habit, I always like taking photos of other people taking photos/videos of bands. I recorded a video of my own when she played "Rejoice".

Julien  Baker singing at the Music Hall of Williamsburg

She played her entire album and then saved "Go Home" for the encore. Perhaps a not-so-subtle signal for all of us to leave?