The Disco Biscuits continued their weekend run at The National with the second night of music at the Richmond, VA music venue on Sunday. The packed show acted as the latest stop on the band’s long-awaited 2019-2020 tour, and saw them introduce another new tune into their live arsenal to match the new originals which the rock band has already debuted on the fall run thus far.Related: Star Kitchen Announces Guest-Filled NYC Late-Night Show During The Disco Biscuits New Year’s RunThe first set of the night opened with “Vassillios”, which moved right into “Mindless Dribble” to complete the song which began the night prior on Saturday. The music continued right into “Shem-Rah Boo” and “Astronaut” to close out the set.The band returned to open the second half of the show with “Grass Is Green” before moving on to an inverted rendition of “The Overture”. Next, the Biscuits treated attendees to the live debut of “Clocks”, a reworked version of “That Sample Has a Name”, which debuted earlier this year during the band’s two-night run at The Fillmore New Orleans during the week of Jazz Fest. The music continued with “Orch Theme” and “Grass Is Green” to close the set, only to see the band return for a three-song encore beginning with “Station” and wrapping with an unfinished “Rock Candy” that moved into an “I-Man” finale.Watch The Disco Biscuits’ entire performance from Sunday via the pro-shot video below.The Disco Biscuits – The National – 11/17/2019 – Full Pro-Shot Video[Video: The Disco Biscuits]The Disco Biscuits fall tour continues a few days from now when the band begins a two-night run at Higher Ground in South Burlington, VT on Thursday (November 21st) and Friday (November 22nd).For a full list of upcoming tour dates, head here.Setlist: The Disco Biscuits | The National | Richmond, VA | 11/17/2019Set One: Vassillios > Mindless Dribble* > Shem-Rah Boo, AstronautSet Two: Grass Is Green > The Overture^ > Clocks$ > Orch Theme > Grass Is GreenEncore: Station, Rock Candy# > I-Man*Notes:* Completes 11/16/19 version^ Inverted version$ First time played; Reworking of “That Sample Has a Name”# UnfinishedNext month, The Disco Biscuits will close down New York City’s Playstation Theater for good when they return to the Times Square venue for their four-night New Year’s Run on December 27th, 28th, 30th, and 31st.Related: The Top 10 Disco Biscuits Moments At PlayStation Theater [Videos]On the day off between the run’s 3rd and 4th nights on December 29th, the side projects of both keyboardist Aron Magner and bassist Marc Brownstein will perform in the city.First, in the afternoon, Magner’s jazz trio, SPAGA, will deliver an intimate performance at DROM (Doors: 3:00 p.m. / Show: 4:00 p.m.). Tickets are available here.Later, Brownstein’s Star Kitchen will host a late-night blowout at Sony Hall (Doors: 11:30 p.m. / Show: 12:30 a.m.) featuring help from guitarist Eric Krasno and the Trey Anastasio Band horn section (Jennifer Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, and James Casey). Tickets are available here.