June 6, 2013 9:16

Queens Of The Stone Age play 'My God Is The Sun' for David Letterman – watch

Band perform '...Like Clockwork' album track live on US TV

Queens Of The Stone Age performed their song 'My God Is The Sun' on the Late Show With David Letterman last night. See above for video footage of the performance.

The band, who are on course to have the Number One album in the UK this week, played the song from their new album '...Like Clockwork' on the US TV show ahead of recording a full live show broadcast online for the Live On Letterman webcast series.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that Josh Homme and his bandmates could turn the animated videos created for songs on their new album '...Like Clockwork' into a feature-length film.

Sources close to the band have revealed that major Hollywood studios have approached the band and Boneface, the graphic designer who created the videos, with a view to making a movie. The producers are apparently keen to get a big-name director such as Quentin Tarantino or Tim Burton involved in the project – as well as the album's numerous guest stars, who include Dave Grohl, Elton John and Alex Turner.

The album came out on Monday (June 3) and so far Boneface has created animated videos for five of its songs: 'My God Is The Sun', 'If I Had A Tail', 'Kalopsia', 'I Appear Missing' and 'Keep Your Eyes Peeled'.

Queens Of The Stone Age recently compiled all the animated videos into a 15 minute long promo for the album, starting with the previously released clip for 'I Appear Missing' before segueing into 'Kalopsia', 'Keep Your Eyes Peeled' and 'If I Had A Tail', before finishing up with 'My God Is The Sun', which was the very first track to be revealed from the album when the band performed it live at Lollapalooza Brazil in March.

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