One night after Bon Iver made his Colbert Report debut, Justin Vernon and Co. marked the debut of their self-titled album by returning to the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage. If this sounds familiar, it's because Vernon was on the same stage a couple weeks ago to perform his melody cover of "I Can't Make You Love Me/In the Nick of Time."
This time around, the whole group was around to perform "Holocene," as the whole aura of Bon Iver continues to climb at an astounding rate. You can watch both Fallon and Colbert performances below, as well as stream the studio version of "I Can't Make You Love Me/In the Nick of Time," courtesy of We All Want Someone to Shout For.
Bon Iver - Holocene (Live on Fallon)
Bon Iver - Interview/Calgary (Live on the Colbert Report)
Bon Iver - Skinny Love (Bonus Performance on the Colbert Report)
Anytime Radiohead release a new anything, I figure it should be blinking as breaking news on the internet for at least 24 hours.
The band's newest song, "Staircase," premiered earlier today on the group's Facebook page. For now, only the live version in the classic Radiohead Basement. The performance will be part of a larger one for BBC, in which the band will perform The King of Limbs in its entirety.
Other acts will be added to the bill in the coming weeks. If you catch on right now, Ticketmaster is offering $25 off two-day passes for a modest $90 or $175 for VIP passes for the September 23-24 dates.