Mudhoney Comes Back to TV on Fallon

In celebration of Sub Pop’s 25th anniversary, Mudhoney recently performed a set at the Space Needle in Seattle, playing some of their grunge classics.

A day before their hometown show, Mudhoney also appeared on television for the first time in 18 years on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

For their Fallon gig, Mudhoney pulled out the track “I Like It Small” from their new album Vanishing Point, recalling their early 1990s sound.

Watch both performances below and visit Mudhoney’s official website for more information.

The Lumineers Play Two Tracks on Fallon

Denver-based folk rock band the Lumineers were recently featured on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, where they played their latest single “Stubborn Love” and a cover of the Talking Heads’ ”This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody).”

Watch both performances below and visit their official website for a full list of 2013 tour dates.

Night Beds Perform ‘Ramona’ on Fallon

With a new album called Country Sleep coming out earlier this month, Night Beds recently stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to play “Ramona.”

In the performance, frontman Winston Yellen’s voice is reminiscent of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, and the string accompaniment just adds to the ethereal tone of the song.

Watch Night Beds below.

For more information, visit Night Beds’ official website.

Watch David Byrne & St. Vincent on Fallon

David Byrne and St. Vincent have teamed up on the album Love This Giant, and the duo performed their lead single, “Who,” this week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Their television debut included a full horn section to go along with Byrne and St. Vincent’s excellent vocal pairing.

Watch Byrne and St. Vincent in the clip below and click here for a list of tour dates.