Watch some of Tomorrow’s Verse’s favorite artists hit the promotional, late-night television circuit.
Claypool Lennon Delirium on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Having just released their absurdly trippy sophomore release, South of Reality, Les Claypool and Sean Lennon’s collaborative project stopped by Colbert’s show for an equally weird performance of “Blood and Rockets.” Backed by a drummer and keyboardists, the spotlight remains on the two frontmen, whose talent is never overshadowed by the absurdity.
Gary Clark Jr. on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr. changed his sound dramatically on the recently released record This Land, combining elements of blues, soul and hip-hop on his most politically-charged work to date. It’s a fantastic record from a fantastic performer, a fact that shined on his Fallon’s show this week.
Anderson .Paak on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Bringing a welcome combination of live talent and innovative songwriting to the hip-hop genre, multi instrumentalist Anderson .Paak has become a hero to many following the genre. His performance on Fallon demonstrates why this is, packed with energy, hooks and overall flair.
Sharon Van Etten on Ellen
Armed with a powerful voice and equally muscular songwriting, Sharon Van Etten is an incredible force in the indie realm, and brought new single “Seventeen” to Ellen for a fiery performance you won’t want to miss.
John Mayer on Ellen
The ever-prolific John Mayer recently released a new single, “I Guess I Just Feel Like,” and stopped by Ellen to perform the simple-but-effective track with a full band that included background singers.
Natalie Prass on The Late Late Show with James Corden
Songwriter Natalie Prass has an unpredictable but delightful set of music and collaborations recorded to date, and she joined Corden for a perfect demonstration of how she’s built her loyal fanbase. The flashy, infectious performance of “Short Court Style” is pure bliss.