The Flaming Lips visited NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, where they not only performed Try To Explain off their new album, The Terror, but front man Wayne Coyne also sat in on a game of Pictionary with fellow Fallon guests Julie Bowen and Demi Lovato. As if that wasn't enough, The Flaming Lips performed a triumphant cover of David Bowie's 1977 gem Heroes as a web exclusive. Watch the Lips' impressive cover... And here's video of Try To [...]
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Wayne Coyne y compañía llevaron su excéntrico show al programa televisivo de Jimmy Fallon . El pretexto fue presentar en vivo una canción de su nuevo álbum The Terror , pero su visita la aprovecharon para tocar también un cover de la canción "Heroes" original de David Bowie y tener una divertida sesión del juego Pictionary con el mismo Fallon. Vean a continuación estos tres bloques de los Flaming Lips durante la última emisión del show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon . "Try to Explain" [...]
The promo-mode Flaming Lips checked into 30 Rock last night to perform Jimmy Fallon once more before Fallon makes the long move to another floor on 30 Rock to host The Tonight Show . To mark the occasion, which largely served to promote the Lips new record The Terror , the band performed album cut "Try To Explain" - alongside Bowie standard "Heroes." It's not often in life that one gets to be in an iconic freak-rock band and cover iconic freak-rock forefather David Bowie in a year where said forefather is operating as [...]
The Flaming Lips brought the weird to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night. A near-naked Wayne Coyne, draped in lights, tubing, and whatever else was lying around his basement, covered David Bowie's 1977 classic "Heroes". The band also supported their Top Star-earning album The Terror with "Try To Explain". Prior to all that, however, Coyne put his epic doodling skills to use for a game of Pictionary with Julie Bowen and Demi Lovato.
Phoenix durante el programa de televisión de Jimmy Fallon. Phoenix continúan con la promoción de su nuevo disco Bankrupt! y ahora llegaron al show de televisión Late Night with Jimmy Fallon para presentar en vivo ante el público estadounidense las canciones "The Real Thing" y "Trying To Be Cool" . Al menos, los franceses ya dejaron de promocionar eternamente "Entertainment" y nos enseñan más colores de su más reciente producción. Abajo pueden ver ambas actuaciones.
Considering that Phoenix have been on a neverending publicity tour behind their new album Bankrupt! for something like a month now, it's a bit of a shock that they're only now getting around to playing Late Night With Jimmy Fallon . Last night, however, they corrected the oversight, appearing on the show to play the deep cut "The Real Thing" while standing in a cloud of silvery confetti. And as an online bonus, they also played the presumable second single "Trying To Be Cool." Watch both below. Read More...
Last night Phoenix performed two tracks from their latest album, Bankrupt!, on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The French indies played 'The Real Thing' and 'Trying to be Cool' from their fifth album, following a string of appearances on US shows such as Saturday Night Live, Kimmel, and Letterman. Watch a performance of the former song below.
Heading over to The Tonight Show next year, Jimmy Fallon still remains one of the U.S TV's most ardent new music advocates with his Late Night show. And last night Phoenix were the latest in a long line of musical guests. The French dance-rock outfit performed two cuts from their recent album Bankrupt! , specifically 'The Real Thing' and 'Trying To Be Cool', with a lot of ticker tape galore. You can watch both tracks played live on last [...]
Phoenix continued their tour through the late night television circuit in support of Bankrupt! . Following up appearances on Saturday Night Live , Kimmel , and Letterman , the French alt-rock outfit hit 30 Rockefeller Center last night to perform "The Real Thing" and "Trying To Be Cool" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon . Watch the replay below, then ask yourself: What's Phoenix got against Leno? Note: The video for "The Real Thing" [...]
Mere days after performing on Saturday Night Live , Vampire Weekend made a return to 30 Rockefeller last night to grace the stage of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon . Celebrating the release of their new album Modern Vampires of the City , the band delivered crisp, practiced versions of "Ya Hey" and "Everlasting Arms." Watch the former above, while the web exclusive latter can be viewed below. Modern Vampires of the City is out today, and we highly recommend checking it out.
Vampire Weekend en vivo. Tras su colaboración con Steve Buscemi y el estreno de su tercer álbum, Modern Vampires of the City , Vampire Weekend tomó el show de Jimmy Fallon en la televisión para presentar dos canciones nuevas con todo y orquesta: "Ya Hey" y "Everlasting Arms". Miren su presentación a continuación. Lean nuestra reseña de Modern Vampires of the City aquí .
In support of their most recent album, Modern Vampires of the City, Vampire Weekend is making the late-night rounds. Last night, the band paid Jimmy Fallon a visit and played "Ya Hey" during the broadcast, and "Everlasting Arms" as a web exclusive, putting on understated, but technically precise performances. Modern Vampires of the City is [...]
A couple of nights ago, Vampire Weekend played a couple of the songs from their great new album Modern Vampires Of The City on SNL . And last night, they stuck around NBC's New York headquarters long enough to visit Late Night With Jimmy Fallon , using the opportunity to play a couple more album tracks. On the show proper, they employed the services of a full string section to play a lovely, lilting version of " Ya Hey ." And as an online bonus, they also did the weightless [...]
Vampire Weekend returned to 30 Rockefeller last night , this time for their mandatory appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon . In support (and celebration) of their CoS Top Star-earning Modern Vampires of the City , the all grown up New York outfit shimmied through a polished performance of album highlight "Ya Hey", and "Everlasting Arms" as a web exclusive. Replay both performances below. Modern Vampires of the City is currently available via XL Recordings.
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