Forever The Sickest Kids Were On Conan Last Night. Whoa? Oh?

Forever the promotional push. (Evan Hunt)

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Dallas' own Forever the Sickest Kids, who are about to head out on the road as part of this summer's Warped Tour, performed on Late Night with Conan O'Brien last night...


I know. Believe me, I know.

We'll have the video as soon someone who cares more than we do takes the time to put it up on Youtube or Vimeo or somewhere else. In the meantime, you can watch it here, on NBC's site. Just skip ahead to part five, or right around the 34-minute mark.

What you'll see: FTSK getting a surprisingly loud intro applause and earning props from Conan ("That was great! That was killer!") post-performance. And it's not like he says that to just anyone...right?


Whatever. Bully for them. --Pete Freedman

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