Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig makes cameo appearance in 'Girls'

Frontman appears in party scene of hit US TV show

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Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig has made a cameo appearance in the latest episode of hit TV series Girls.

Koenig made a brief appearance in the episode 'Boys', which aired on HBO in America last night (February 17). The episode will be on Sky Atlantic in the UK tonight (February 18) at 10pm. Koenig plays a partygoer in the episode, delivering a put-down to the character Booth Jonathan, played by Jorma Taccone. Scroll down to watch the scene.

Vampire Weekend recently announced the release date of their new album 'Modern Vampires Of The City', revealing the title via a placement in the classified section of the New York Times under the 'Lost And Found' header. The LP, which is set for release on May 6, will be the band's first new material since 2010's 'Contra' and has been in the works for more than 20 months. The band will perform in London on May 8 to celebrate the album release.

The tracklisting for the album is as follows:

'Obvious Bicycle'
'Unbelievers'
'Step'
'Diane Young'
'Don't Lie'
'Hannah Hunt'
'Everlasting Arms'
'Finger Back'
'Worship You'
'Ya Hey'
'Hudson'
'Young Lion'


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