As promised, Neon Indian played Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to the above effect, playing a medley of sorts, blending its song "Terminally Chill" into a rather badass rendition of Psychic Chasms' most badass track, the album-closing "Ephemeral Artery." Kind of a brilliant performance, too.
And the band received quite the reception from Fallon, who kind of geeked out about the band 7 minutes into the show's start. All in all, not a bad way to debut on national television.
Anyway, anyone else starting to worry that we're never gonna get VEGA back? 'Cause I'm starting to worry that we're never gonna get VEGA back...
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