The Breeders perform two new tracks on US TV - watch

Band take a break from their 'Last Splash' anniversary tour to appear on US TV show

The Breeders perform two new tracks on US TV - watch
The Breeders performed two songs on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night (May 7). Scroll down to watch their performance now.

Taking a break from their current US tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of 1993's 'Last Splash', the Kim Deal-fronted band performed their best-known song 'Cannonball', plus a web exclusive of 'Driving On 9'. 'Last Splash' was The Breeders' second album and would be the last the band recorded until 2002's 'Title TK'.

The band recently released a special box set, 'LSXX', to celebrate the album's milestone. The limited edition collection features BBC radio sessions, demos, live recordings and a booklet of photos documenting the recording of the album and the two years spent touring it.

The Breeders will play five dates throughout the UK and Ireland next month, including a slot at ATP's Camber Sands festival, which is curated by Deerhunter and also features performances from Atlas Sound, Panda Bear and a DJ set from Animal Collective.

The Breeders play:

Dublin Vicar Street (June 14)
Glasgow ABC (17)
Manchester Ritz (18)
London Forum (19)
Camber Sands ATP Festival (21)






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