Late Night Performances

Watch SZA perform “Supermodel” on “Fallon”

SZA was performed on last night’s episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Watch her performance of “Supermodel” backed by a string section below.

Watch St. Vincent’s “Slow Disco” performance on “Fallon”

St. Vincent performed Masseduction track “Slow Disco” on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night. She gave the performance on a church set with a string section in the pews. Watch it below.

Watch Fleet Foxes play “Fool’s Errand” on “Colbert”

Fleet Foxes have returned to “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” as the musical guests on last night’s episode. They performed “Fool’s Errand” from Crack-Up. Watch it below. They played “Third of May” the last time they were guests on the show.

Watch Moses Sumney perform “Plastic” on Later… With Jools Holland

Moses Sumney was on the tonight’s episode of “Later… With Jools Holland” as one of the musical guests. He performed on the BBC Two program to perform “Plastic,” a song off his new album Aromanticism. Watch his TV debut below. Aromanticism follows his 2016 EP Lamentations and is Sumney’s debut LP.

Watch Wu-Tang perform with the Roots on “Fallon”

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. 

Watch Grizzly Bear perform “Mourning Sound” on “Colbert”

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.”

Watch Mac DeMarco perform “One More Love Song” on “Fallon”

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.