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Twin Shadow covers Sade with Zoe Kravitz in first performance since crash - watch

George Lewis Jr played with his hand in a cast after undergoing reconstructive surgery

Victor Frankowski
Pic: Victor Frankowski
Twin Shadow made their first performance this week since their tour bus crashed in Denver.

George Lewis Jr and his band played on Late Night With Seth Meyers, with the singer appearing with his hand in a cast following reconstructive surgery.

The group played without drummer Andy Bauer, who remains in hospital recovering from injuries sustained in the crash. He has undergone spinal surgery twice and has had his condition upgraded from serious to medically stable as he aims to achieve a full recovery.

Twin Shadow played a stripped-back version of 'I'm Ready', taken from new album 'Eclipse', while Lewis also covered Sade's 'No Ordinary Love' with Zoe Kravitz, daughter of musician Lenny. You can watch footage of both performances below, via Stereogum





The US band's bus was involved in a road-traffic accident on Interstate 70 near Aurora, Colorado last month. A statement from the band courtesy of their record label Warners clarified that the bus hit a tractor-trailer and that circumstances are being investigated.

While everyone involved in the accident recovers, Twin Shadow are postponing tour dates scheduled for April 21- May 22. This includes a date at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on May 19 and another the following day in Manchester.

Twin Shadow's third album 'Eclipse' is due for release in the UK on May 18.

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