Tears For Fears return this Friday with their first new album in 18 years, and the duo sat down with “CBS Sunday Morning” to discuss the long road to The Tipping Point.
David Byrne returned to “Saturday Night Live” last night for his third appearance in four decades, performing the Talking Heads classic “Once in a Lifetime” and the far more obscure cut “Toe Jam,” which he recorded in 2008 with Fatboy Slim’s The Brighton Port Authority project. Watch those clips and more right here.
Sinead O’Connor is returning to the concert stage after a four-year hiatus with a short Irish tour this fall — and she made her public re-appearance last week with a stunning performance of “Nothing Compares 2 U” and The Pogues’ “Rainy Night in Soho” on Irish TV’s “The Late Late Show.” Watch both right here.
A few days after sharing the stage with The Cure at the Pasadena Daydream festival, the Pixies were in New York City appearing on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” where they performed the second single off ttheir upcoming album Beneath the Eyrie, the melodic rocker “Catfish Kate.” Watch it right here.
The Breeders returned to Conan O’Brien’s late-night show last week for the first time in 25 years, performing the song “Wait in the Car” off the band’s just-released new album All Nerve — the group’s first record featuring the Last Splash-era lineup since, well, the Last Splash era. Watch it right here.
David Byrne stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Friday night to perform current single “Everybody’s Coming To My House,” and, in the process, show off his highly inventive, and very much untethered, stage show. Byrne and his wireless band roamed the stage, then joined Colbert at his desk.
As he prepares to embark on his U.S. tour next week, Morrissey has now announced a tour of arenas and larger venues in the U.K. and Ireland early next year in support of his forthcoming album Low in High School. The trek opens in Aberdeen on Feb. 16 and wraps up with London concerts on March 7 and 9.
The highly anticipated XTC documentary “This Is Pop” — the subject of a petition earlier this year to convince the BBC to air it after the network allegedly passed on the program — will, in fact, be seen on TV in the UK this fall: Sky Arts is set to broadcast the film in October. Watch the full trailer here.
The Violent Femmes’ co-headlining tour of the U.S. with Echo & The Bunnymen got underway last week, and while the band was in New York, the trio stopped by “CBS This Morning” for an interview and live session that aired on the morning show’s Saturday edition. Watch all of that right here.
More than a year ago, word emerged that Trent Reznor and some of his Nine Inch Nails bandmates were to be among the enormous cast of David Lynch’s “Twin Peaks” revival for Showtime — and fans watching tonight’s mind-bending installment finally found out what that entailed. Now we know what that entails.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are in New York City for a two-night stand at the Beacon Theatre, and between those two gigs, managed to slip in a rare late-night TV appearance, performing the haunting song “Rings of Saturn” off the band’s new Skeleton Tree album on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” last night.
The Jesus and Mary Chain are about halfway through their North American tour, and took the opportunity, while in New York, to appear on last night’s episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to perform “The Two of Us,” a fuzzed-out duet between Jim Reid and Sky Ferreira.
As their just-launched U.S. tour brought them to Los Angeles, the Pixies stopped by “Conan” on Thursday night to perform “Bel Esprit,” a melodic rocker off their latest album Head Carrier that finds frontman Black Francis trading vocals with bassist Paz Lenchantin. Watch the full performance here.
Depeche Mode made its second foray onto late-night American television to promote its new album Spirit, appearing on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on Monday night to perform “Where’s the Revolution.” The band played the same song last month on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”