Posts tagged Carson Daly
[Watch] The Hives - "Take Back The Toys" x "Wait A Minute" Live on Last Call

The Hives visited Leno earlier in the week to perform their single "Take Back The Toys" which was brilliant. Want to know what's even better than that? Last nigt they performed two track on Last Call with Carson Daly. The aforementioned single and a blazing rendition of "Wait A Minute". You can relive the madness at the top and after the jump courtesy of The Audio Perv.

Lex Hives is out now.

[Watch] Regina Spektor - "How" x "Open" Live on Carson Daly

We've not seen Regina Spektor on the TV circuit for quite some time, in fact it was back in August on Jay Leno so it was a nice surprise to see her on Last Call With Carson Daly. She was there to perform a few tracks from her album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats in the shape of "How" and "Open". You can catch the former at the top and the latter below courtesy of The Audio Perv.

[Watch] The Kills - "DNA" x "Sour Cherry" Live on Last Call

The Kills returned to the TV sets of many last night with a visit to Carson Daly at Last Call. We've seen plenty of footage in recent months as the band celebrated their 10th anniversary as a band and last night they delivered not one but two great performances which can be enjoyed right here. Up at the top you can watch Alison and Jamie perform "DNA" whilst after the jump you'll be treating you eyes and ears to a performance of "Sour Cherry". Props to The Audio Perv for the video hook up as always.

[Watch] Bombay Bicycle Club - "Shuffle" x "How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep" Live on Last Call

Last week on Last Call with Carson Daly they aired two tracks that were performed by Bombay Bicycle Club from their show at the El Rey Theatre in LA. The performances were of their tracks "Shuffle" and "How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep". Courtesy of The Audio Perv you can see the former at the top and the latter is available after the jump.

Their album, A Different Kind of Fix, is out now.

[Watch] White Denim - "Street Joy" x "Anvil Everything" Live on Last Call

Check out White Denim doing their thing on Last Call with Carson Daly last week. The Austin band rocked up to put in some performances of tracks from their album, D. First up at the top you can enjoy them performing "Street Joy" whilst after the jump is "Anvil Everything" for your perusal. As always thanks to the extraordinary Audio Perv for the video hook up.

D is out now and you can pick up a copy over here.

[Watch] The Horrors - "I Can See Through You" x "Endless Blue" Live on Last Call

On Tuesday, UK band The Horrors appeared on Last Call with Carson Daly to put in a couple of performances from their latest record, Skying. The band performed single, "I Can See Through You" and album cut "Endless Blue" for the audience in the studio, and at home. These guys seem to be going from strength to strength in a live setting and this performance shows it. Check it out "I Can See Through You" at the top of the page whilst "Endless Blue" is available after the jump. Both courtesy of The Audio Perv.

[Watch] Laura Marling - "I Was Just A Card" x "Ghosts" Live on Carson Daly

Earlier we posted The Joy Formidable hitting up the stage of Last Call with Carson Daly and The Audio Perv now points towards another artist that's had a wonderful 2011. Laura Marling this year released her highly anticipated album, A Creature I Don't Know much to the delight of many and on Carson Daly she shows her worth with two beautiful performances. First up at the top you can enjoy "I Was Just A Card" while after the jump is a lovely performance of "Ghosts". I'm sure 2012 will hold some great this for Miss Marling. I wouldn't say no to another Ryan Adams collab either. That sounded heavenly.

[Watch] The Joy Formidable - "A Heavy Abacus" x "Ostrich" Live on Last Call with Carson Daly

In the space of twelve months The Joy Formidable have gone from their humble welsh beginnings to playing arenas and opening for the likes of Foo Fighters. Making sure they keep themselves in the minds of many they last week paid a visit to Last Call with Carson Daly and put in two performances. First up they played "A Heavy Abacus" which you can watch at the top  while after the jump is "Ostrich" for your viewing pleasure. Big love to The Audio Perv on the video front as per.