Watch Paris Jackson make her TV debut, performing ‘Let Down’ on ‘Kimmel’

The track appears on the singer's recent debut album 'Wilted'

Paris Jackson has made her television debut – watch her play ‘Let Down’ on Kimmel below.

The 22-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson played the version of the single from legendary Hollywood venue the Viper Room, backed by a four-piece band.

The track appears on Jackson’s debut solo album ‘Wilted’, which came out last month.

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Jackson’s debut solo album came after the dissolution of her project The Soundflowers with ex-partner Gabriel Glenn.

Watch her Kimmel performance below:

 

Reviewing ‘Wilted’, which was co-written and produced by Andy Hull, frontman of indie rockers Manchester Orchestra, NME wrote: “Haunting layered vocals, gleaming electric guitar licks and weird chord progressions permeate ‘Wilted’, and the album is at its best when these alt-rock elements are at the forefront.

“‘Wilted’ feels caught between the twee folksy pop of Paris Jackson’s previous releases with The Soundflowers and the bewildering alt-rock icon she may become. As a musical introduction, it’s enthralling, inconsistent and, at times, excellent. Ultimately, this is a glimpse of the artist that Jackson could be.”

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Elsewhere, Jackson, also a model and actress, has signed up to play Jesus in upcoming independent film Habit.

The film follows “a street-smart party girl with a Jesus fetish who gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a nun”.

Jackson joins Bella Thorne, Gavin Rossdale and Josie Ho who are already attached to the project. The film will be produced by Elevatad Films and Voltage Pictures.

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