As far as televised performances go, for the longest time they felt stale and far and away from catching a band in person. Now in these times we’re getting live music hurled at us from all spaces and it all seems much more important than we’d ever had thought. The other night on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” Jeff Rosenstock swung by and delivered a performance that just reminds us all how important live music is.
Donning masks and seemingly performing socially distanced, Rosenstock tore into his track “Scram!” off of his latest album No Dream with ease. The highly energetic performance was very much like what it’s like catching him in person. Even Meyers introduced Rosenstock in the best way possible before the indie rocker proved why he continuously sells out shows wherever he performs.
You can view the performance above or on YouTube. No Dream is ready to purchase on various formats from Polyvinyl Records or in digital outlet. It can also be streamed wherever you stream music.
Image Credits: Photo Courtesy of NBC.