Album launches are great because you often get the opportunity to hear the complete album played live, which is what happened in the first half of Andy's set. Jointed by the Antipoet Orchestra (which included his son Sebastian on drums), Andy played nearly all the album track by track. Many of the songs focus on the break up of his 19 year marriage, and some of the tracks were just heartbreaking, especially "Band Of Gold," "All It Does Is Rain" and "Closest Thing To Heaven."
After a brief intermission Andy came back on stage for the second half of the set, which was a mix of tracks from throughout his career. He played "Religious Persuasion" and "Promises Broken" solo, which I really enjoyed as they were the most folky protest songs of the night. He finished the set with the one album track he didn't play in the first half, "Lennon," and then did "Jacqui" for an encore.
Here's a video introduction by Andy to the album: