On last night's Late Show with David Letterman, MGMT wore cool sunglasses indoors and played its new song, "Your Life Is A Lie," which is off the band's upcoming self-titled record (in stores September 17th). You can watch video of the performance in the replies.
CHVRCHES made their late night debut last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon performing "The Mother We Share." The band has also announced a bunch of new tour dates which you can find in the replies.
Last night The National were on The Colbert Report. You can watch Colbert's interview with vocalist Matt Berninger here. The band also performed "Graceless" and "Sea Of Love," which you can watch here and here respectively.
On tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel, Warped Tour alumni Bad Rabbits performed "Can't Fool Me" and "Fall In Love", both from their brand new record, American Love. You can check out the performances in the replies.
Vampire Weekend were on Saturday Night Live last night, performing "Diane Young," which you can watch here and "Unbelievers," which you can watch here. Their fantastic new record Modern Vampires of the City hits stores this Tuesday, and don't forget to check out my review of the album.
Hit the replies to watch James Blake perform "Retrograde" live on The Late Show with David Letterman last night. As a bonus, at the end of the video you can watch an utterly bewildered Letterman try to figure out how one of the backing musician's equipment works! Overgrown is out now via XL.
The National just killed it on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," debuting an aggressive new song called "Sea of Love." Check out their performance of that song here, and a web-exclusive performance of "I Need My Girl" here. Trouble Will Find Me comes out May 21st via 4AD.
Because we haven't heard a lot from Justin Timberlake lately, head to the replies to watch the superstar take five shots of tequila over the course of a 10-minute stretch on the Jonathan Ross Show, a British late-night program. It should be noted that he's playing three holes of mini-golf at the same time.
If you missed it, you can watch Justin Timberlake's full episode of SNL here. If you would rather just watch his performance of "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors," you can do so by going here and here respectively. Be sure to keep your ears open for his slight shot at Kanye West in response to his remarks a few weeks back.