Bob Mould swung by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday to promote his new album Beauty & Ruin, tearing through a pair of the record’s tracks — “The War” on air, and “Hey Mr. Grey” as a web exclusive — with Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins filling in for Mould’s regular stickman, Jon Wurster of Superchunk.
Below, you can check out video of both performances.
Wurster let fans know this morning that he’s “workin’ on an exciting project all week” and couldn’t join Mould and bassist Jason Narducy on “Kimmel,” but will be back on the road with the band this weekend.
Bob Mould, “The War”
Bob Mould, “Hey Mr. Grey”
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