Phoenix perform four new songs on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' – watch

The band played a mid-Coachella set for the Los Angeles based talk show

Phoenix perform four new songs on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' – watch

Photo: Gene Glover/NME

Phoenix performed a four song set on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (April 18).

The band made the appearance in-between their Coachella Festival headline slots, heading up the second weekend of the event again tomorrow night (April 20).

Phoenix played current single 'Entertainment' as well as new tracks 'Trying to Be Cool', 'Drakkar Noir' and 'Chloroform' on the US talk show. Scroll down to watch.

Phoenix are streaming their new album 'Bankrupt!' ahead of its official release on April 22 via iTunes. Click here to listen.

Last weekend Phoenix were joined onstage by R&B legend R Kelly during their headline set at the first of this year's Coachella Festivals in Indio, California.

Phoenix play London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on April 22.

Phoenix also play T In The Park as well as the first ever Longitude festival in Marlay Park, Dublin over the weekend of July 19-21.

The 'Bankrupt!' tracklisting is:

'Entertainment'
'The Real Thing'
'SOS In Bel Air'
'Trying To Be Cool'
'Bankrupt!'
'Drakkar Noir'
'Chlorophorm'
'Don't'
'Bourgeois'
'Oblique City'


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