The Wu-Tang Clan performed on last night’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The Roots were the backing band for RZA, Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna, and Steven Latorre. They played “My Only One” from the new album Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues. Watch video of their performance here. Wu-Tang: The Saga Continues is the first release from 36 Chambers Alc, a lifestyle company by RZA and Mustafa Shaikh.
Grizzly Bear, to coincide with their new album Painted Ruins coming out today, performed “Mourning Sound” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” Watch their performance below. Colbert introduced the band with a reminder that the last time he saw the band, they sang with him inside a rowboat on “The Colbert Report.”
Mac DeMarco made his network television debut on“The Tonight Show,” singing “One More Love Song” off his recently released album This Old Dog. Jimmy Fallon prefaced the performance by saying, “I’m tellin’ you, this is gonna win some awards.” Watch it below. DeMarco wore a shirt featuring himself and John Cena who was also a guest on the show during the program. DeMarco and Cena met each other at one point during the taping, which can also be found below.
Had a good time today at @fallontonight. #thatsyaboi @johncena #john #cena. #attitudeadjustment #STF #fiveknuckleshuffle #youcantseeme #wordlife #doctorofthuganomics #hustleloyaltyrespect #chaingang #cenation #nikkibella. Much love to @matthewvolznyc for the #cena #shirt. 📷: @andrewlipovsky / NBC ✌️
Spoon’s newest release, Hot Thoughts, is set to be out March 17th via Matador. The band went on stage on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” last night to perform “I Ain’t the One” from the new album. Check out the performance below. Spoon announced that they had partnered with an Austin restaurant to create a Spoon signature taco and performed “Hot Thoughts” on “Kimmel” earlier this week.
On last night’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” they featured a ton of music-related segments. Watch the Flaming Lips perform “The Castle” from their upcoming album Oczy Mlody, and talk about having multiple Hells Angels encounters while on tour; “Portlandia”’s Fred Armisen chat with Jimmy Fallon and read fake proverbs; the Roots do their classic reenactment of “The Bachelor” and freestyle songs about audience members; and John Legend jokily break down the lyrics of his song “All of Me” below. Wayne Coyne and Armisen played a game called “Humannequins” with Queen Latifah as well which is below too.
The Flaming Lips also appeared on “Portlandia” as two different sets of Flaming Lips.