The Lumineers Play Two Hits on Jimmy Kimmel Live

Denver folk-rockers the Lumineers have been capturing the hearts and minds of fans around the world since the release of their 2012 self-titled debut album.

With the August 2013 release of a deluxe version of that record – which features five new songs – the Lumineers are definitely staying busy throughout the rest of this year, as well.

As such, the band recently stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to play two of their smash hits, ”Submarines” and “Stubborn Love.”

Watch both performances below and visit the Lumineers’ official website for a full list of tour dates.

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.

The Lumineers Perform ‘Stubborn Love’ on SNL

The Lumineers have been ubiquitous for the past year with their hit “Hey Ho” from their self-titled debut, but the band’s second single “Stubborn Love” is also destined for greatness.

The song comes off their self-titled debut album, and the Denver-based band played it recently during an appearance on Saturday Night Live. Continue reading