Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme sings about taxidermy – watch

Homme joins comedian Reggie Watts on the set of US TV show 'Comedy Bang! Bang!'

Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme has teamed up with US comedian Reggie Watts for a duet about taxidermy.

Homme joined Watts as part of TV series Comedy Bang! Bang!, which the comedian hosts alongside Scott Aukerman. The duo performed the song 'Taxidermy Love' with Watts on keyboards and Homme on vocals. The impromptu performance was filmed and can be seen above now. The song ends with Homme and Watts embracing before walking off in separate directions.

Earlier this week, Queens Of The Stone Age unveiled their very own Christmas jumper. The band are putting out two pieces of festive merch via the band's Rekords Rekords label shop.

Meanwhile, on November 22, Queens Of The Stone Age unveiled a new three-track acoustic EP.

The release, titled '...Like Cologne', is available now on Spotify and features unplugged versions of 'Long Slow Goodbye' from 2005's 'Lullabies To Paralyze' and 'The Vampyre Of Time And Memory' and 'I Sat By The Ocean' from this year's '...Like Clockwork' release. The three tracks were recorded at the band's show at the Cologne Kulturkirche on September 4.

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