To close out the week, Karen O and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs take to David Letterman to perform the single "Sacrilege" ft.vocals from the soulful Broadway Inspirational Voices in very uplifting form. The grouping's upcoming LP Mosquito is due out 4/16. [via] The post Video: Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Sacrilege (Live on Letterman) appeared first on Vibe To This .
Yeah Yeah Yeahs rock out on David Letterman. Yeah Yeah Yeahs stopped by last night's "Late Show With David Letterman". The band performed the Mosquito song, "Sacrilege". Joining Karen O, Nick Zinner, and...
The YEAH YEAH YEAHS and an absurdly awesome choir director perform SACRILEGE on the David Letterman show. Loving their new single, sadly their earlier this week leaked LP is rather horrendous.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs made their first television appearance in support of their new album Mosquito on Friday night's episode of Late Show with David Letterman . Karen O, Nick Zinner, and Brian Chase mightily performed lead single "Sacrilege" alongside gospel ensemble Broadway Inspirational Voices. Watch the replay below. Mosquito arrives April 16th via Interscope and pre-orders are ongoing. Want an early stream? Head here .
Tyler, the Creator alimentando su Instagram Esta semana, Tyler, the Creator lanzó su gran álbum Wolf , mismo que llevó la noche de ayer al show de David Letterman . Aunque no lo hizo solo, estuvo acompañado de sus amigos Earl Sweatshirt y Domo Genesis para interpretar la canción "Rusty". El foro del programa de televisión pocas veces se ha visto tan vacío, y es que al no tener instrumentos, lo único que vemos son los tres raperos mientras bailan sincronizadamente y sueltan rimas por doquier. El sentido del [...]
Last night, Tyler, The Creator served as the musical guest on the Late Show With David Letterman , and he brought Odd Future compadres Earl Sweatshirt and Domo Genesis with him to do the RZA-channeling Wolf track "Rusty." In an incredibly strange bit of stagecraft, these three guys (minus Domo, who actually seemed pretty into the experience) would stand at the back of the stage when they weren't rapping, snarking on Temptations dance steps or playing air-guitar or standing around uncomfortably. And then, when the song was over, they abruptly stalked offstage before [...]
Tyler the Creator continued his promotional cycle for new album Wolf with a stop-off at U.S TV staple Late Show with David Letterman, performing 'Rusty' with Earl Sweatshirt and Domo Genesis and using the opportunity to get a photo with the host. I mean, why not? It's not like there is live video footage of the occasion already... ahem. Watch the clip below:
Here we go with THE FLAMING LIPS latest contribution to the cultural plate, a wigged out and trippy performance on The Late Show with David Letterman. Fans who have seen the band live are familiar with their theatrical stage antics, which at times involve audience members dressed as furries and talking/singing nun puppet. This clip The post The Flaming Lips play "Look...The Sun Is Rising" on Letterman appeared first on Nothing But Hope And Passion - NBHAP - Music Magazine & more .
Thus far, Tyler, the Creator has called on Jimmy Fallon when it comes time to promote a new album. But last night, he headed a few blocks north to the Ed Sullivan Theater for a performance on Late Show with David Letterman . In support of his just released album Wolf , the OFWGKTA figurehead performed "Rusty" alongside Earl Sweatshirt and Domo Genesis. There were many noteworthy moments, from Tyler and Earl's synchronized dance moves to all three rappers exiting stage left to the confusion of Letterman. Though, hearing Dave [...]
Last night if you follow us here at SKoA closely, you may have been aware that Kibbe was at the Ed Sullivan Theater helping Wayne Coyne with his Reddit AMA prior to the band hitting up Letterman. You can check out the interesting AMA over here if you missed it. Chances are if you missed that, you may have also missed their performance on Late Show with David Letterman so why not hit play on the video above to see Wayne and co perform "Look... The Sun Is Rising" which is taken [...]
Luego de estrenar el video futurista-psicodélico en colaboración con Bon Iver para Ashes in the Air y a días de lanzar su nueva placa titulada The Terror vía Bella Union y Warner Bros, The Flaming Lips se presentó en el late night de David Letterman . Allí, con Wayne Coyne vestido de plateados tentáculos y [...]
El terreno está listo para recibir a The Terror , el nuevo disco de The Flaming Lips que llegará el próximo 15 de abril vía Warner Bros . Alrededor de este lanzamiento, Wayne Coyne se esmera en presentarnos a su banda más como una pieza artística contemporánea (y muy psicodélica) más que un grupo de rock. Una de muestra de lo anterior se pudo ver anoche, durante el programa de televisión Late Show with David Letterman , en donde interpretaron en vivo la canción "Look... The Sun is Rising" [...]
Today the FLAMING LIPS announced they're working on a full album with the KE$HA and last night they got all tangled up with a performing of LOOK... THE SUN IS RISING on the Letterman show. And once again it's snowing in London town.
The Terror , the dark and anxious new album from the Flaming Lips, is already out overseas, and it arrives here in a couple of weeks. Last night, the band brought the album's title track and their insane-looking new stage rig to the stage at the Late Show With David Letterman , bringing the nightmarish vision of Wayne Coyne's tentacled synth-baby to poor unfortunate insomniacs all across America. Letterman, who was interviewing Captain Beefheart on network TV decades ago, was not cowed. In other Flaming Lips news, Wayne Coyne recently revealed in a Reddit [...]
The Ed Sullivan Theater has seen its fair share of historic moments, but I'm willing to bet last night was the first time a musician caressed a fake baby doll within its studio confines. Yes, Wayne Coyne's trademark quirk was on full display during The Flaming Lips' appearance on Late Show with David Letterma n, where the band performed the title track to their new album The Terror . Hopefully Letterman didn't trip over any of those balls. The Terror arrives April 16th via Warner Bros. Pre-orders are ongoing.
Wot I love the most about female-fronted-country-outfits is the perfect weaves their singer's condition. No other sub-genre can compete. Check out the BAND PERRY performing BETTER DIG TWO on the David Letterman show last night.
Wavves released their followup to King Of The Beach this month via Mom + Pop and it’s called Afraid Of Heights . Wavves lead bros Nathan Williams and Stephen Pope both bring it pretty hard in the performance we have posted below. The new LP is a slight shift in style, everything's a little cleaner and better produced, but the songs might be the angriest batch that Wavves has ever put together. Check out the boys playing "Demon To Lean On" for Mr. David and the bald guy below. Buy [...]
Last night Nathan Williams brought his depressing yet catchy tunes to late night telly with his band Wavves . Bringing along a performance of "Demon to Lean On" to the Ed Sullivan theater and the Late Show with David Letterman the performance was raw and on point. The track features on the newly released album, Afraid of Heights. When the guitars are left to let rip this performance rocks, but I'm not quite sold on Nathan with minimal backing, maybe it was an off day. Still rather enjoyed it though. See what you [...]
Wavves brought their grunge to the late night stage last night, performing "Demon to Lean On" on David Letterman. Nathan Williams' voice seems smoother than normal in the performance, and bassist Stephen Pope steals the show with his Metallica tie-dyed cutoff and his kickass headbanging abilitiy. Even Dave seemed to enjoy it, and not in an ironic David Letterman way. Wavves' stellar new album, Afraid of Heights is out now via Mom + Pop
Four takeaways from Wavves' performance of the Afraid Of Heights single " Demon To Lean On " on last night's episode of the Late Show With David Letterman , which marked the band's late-night TV debut: 1. Nathan Williams has a better live singing voice than most of us have given him credit for. 2. Some Letterman producer should've forced the audience to mosh; a Wavves performance with no moshpit just doesn't look right. 3. I would be a happier person if I owned bassist Stephen Pope's tie-dyed, sleeves-cut-off Justice For All Metallica [...]