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My Chemical Romance performs live debut of 2012 song “Tomorrow’s Money” during Ireland show

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Having already given their new song “The Foundations of Decay” its live debut, My Chemical Romance performed another track for the first time during their ongoing reunion tour.

The set list for Tuesday’s show in Dublin, Ireland, included the song “Tomorrow’s Money,” which My Chem had never before played live. “Tomorrow’s Money” originally dropped in 2012 as part of the Conventional Weapons series, which consisted of 10 then-unreleased songs that had been recorded in 2009.

You can watch fan-filmed footage of the “Tomorrow’s Money” performance streaming now on YouTube.

My Chemical Romance’s reunion tour, which had been originally scheduled for 2020 before getting delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, finally kicked off last week in the United Kingdom. Its launch was preceded by the premiere of “The Foundations of Decay,” which marked the first new MCR song in eight years.

The U.S. leg of the tour will begin in August.

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