Watch some of Tomorrow’s Verse’s favorite artists hit the promotional, late-night television circuit.
Jim James on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Shortly after releasing his skuzzy, politically-driven new record Uniform Distortion, My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James headed to Kimmel’s show to perform a couple songs live. Unlike his upcoming solo tour, James using a full band to flesh out the predictably distorted and rocking tracks here.
Beck on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Still promoting his excellent, playful last full-length, Colors, Beck remains on an extensive world tour, occasionally finding time for promotions like this one. The songwriter performs the infectious title-track and “Wow” with his band.
Stephen Malkmus on CBS This Morning
Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus is back with another solo album, Sparkle Hard, a record that feels more subtle and reserved than much of his solo work. Malkmus stopped by CBS This Morning to discuss the record and perform “Solid Silk” with the Jicks.
Arctic Monkeys on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Sporting a new look to match their new sound, alternative rock leaders the Arctic Monkeys stopped by Colbert’s show to perform the piano-based “The Ultracheese.” Combining alternative flare with a futuristic and lounge-like feel, the song is certainly a step in a new direction for the band.
Mt. Joy on CBS This Morning
Young indie-rockers Mt. Joy have quickly gained popularity since the release of their debut, self-titled record, thanks to its infectious energy and incredible songwriting. The band performed two tracks for CBS This Morning, demonstrating exactly why they should rise to the top of festival bills in no time.
Janelle Monae on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Performing with a massive group of backup singers and dancers, futuristic pop-star Janelle Monae brought her politically-charged “Americans” to Colbert’s show for a theatrical performance you won’t want to miss.