The Cars Return to The Electric Factory

The 80s band, The Cars, were at The Electric Factory Sunday where they performed a number of classics including the often requested “Just What I Needed”. The band recently went on tour to support their new album, Move Like This, featuring the track, “Sad Song” which really seems to take the band full circle given that the track sounds like it was made by a current band who was heavily influenced by The Cars.

Check out their performance below.

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