Watch The Who perform new song Hero Ground Zero live in London

The Who onstage at London's Wembley Stadium (Image credit: Samir Hussein/WireImage - Getty)

Last weekend, The Who (opens in new tab) played an epic set at London’s Wembley Stadium.

While the performance was crammed with fan favourites including Who Are You, Substitute, The Seeker, Behind Blue Eyes and Won’t Get Fooled Again, the band also debuted a brand new song in the shape of Hero Ground Zero.

Video footage of the performance has now appeared on YouTube and can be watched below.

Hero Ground Zero is expected to feature on The Who’s as-yet-untitled new studio album, which is expected to be released later this year (opens in new tab) – and their first since 2006’s Endless Wire.

Speaking with Rolling Stone earlier this year, guitarist Pete Townshend  described the new music as “dark ballads, heavy rock stuff, experimental electronica, sampled stuff and cliched Who-ish tunes that began with a guitar that goes yanga-dang.”

Find The Who’s full setlist from Wembley Stadium below, which also featured another new song, Guantanamo, while Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder also joined the band for Quadrophenia track The Punk And The Godfather.

The Who: Wembley Stadium, London, July 6, 2019
1. Overture
2. 1921
3. Amazing Journey
4. Sparks
5. Pinball Wizard
6. We’re Not Gonna Take It
7. Who Are You
8. Eminence Front
9. Imagine A Man
10. Hero Ground Zero
11. Join Together
12. Substitute
13. The Seeker
14. Won’t Get Fooled Again
15. Behind Blue Eyes
16. Guantanamo
17. The Real Me
18. I’m One
19. The Punk And The Godfather
20. 5.15
21: Drowned
22. The Rock
23. Love, Reign O’er Me
24. Baba O’Riley

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