Watch some of Tomorrow’s Verse’s favorite bands hit the promotional late-night television circuit.
Chance The Rapper on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Chicago’s hip-hop hero Chance The Rapper stopped by Colbert’s show for a performance and interview, debuting a new, untitled song that he literally wrote within the last few days. Performed first solo with Daniel Caesar on guitar and later with background singers and more band members, the track features a poetic, spoken word delivery, and is everything fans could want.
LCD Soundsystem on Later… With Jools Holland
After achieving their first ever No. 1 album with American Dream, LCD Soundsystem stopped by Jools Holland to perform the driving, pounding “Tonite.” James Murphy wanders around stage as the band holds its rhythmic backing, the focus on remaining on the lyrics and vocal delivery. If this doesn’t have you excited for the band’s upcoming Aragon Ballroom dates, I’m not sure what will.
Grizzly Bear on Jimmy Kimmel Live
With Painted Ruins, Grizzly Bear have truly cemented their status as indie rock icons. The band performed two songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, the upbeat, infectious “Losing All Sense” and the spacey, rhythmic “Cut-Out.”
Billie Joe Armstrong on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong brought a rare solo, acoustic performance to Fallon’s show this week with an emotional performance of “Ordinary World.” Simple but effective, the tender song is exactly what has made Green Day stand out over the years.
Rostam on Conan
Previously of Vampire Weekend, Rostam recently released an excellent debut solo album, “Half-Light.” The songwriter performed “Gwan” on Conan with a massive string section and pounding percussionist, creating an otherworldly sound that emphasizes the delicate nature of the songwriting.