The Manchester band also played 'Keep on Believing' from their 2014 album 'The Way'
Punk icons Buzzcocks appeared on US television last night (April 21), performing on Late Night with Seth Myers.
Nearly 40 years on from their formation, the Manchester band performed ‘Keep on Believing’ from their 2014 album ‘The Way’, as well as the classic ‘Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)’ Watch both performances below.
The band has just finished a run of US dates and will take to the road again next month to play a string of dates in the UK. They will also be making appearances at Camp Bestival and the Leeds Ska & Mod festival over summer before a homecoming gig at Manchester Academy in October.
Buzzcocks were recently announced as a headline act for this year’s Tramlines Festival, along with The Sugarhill Gang, Martha Reeves and Billy Bragg.
The multi-venue event takes place in Sheffield from July 24-26 and will also see sets from Ghostpoet, Dutch Uncles, Marika Hackman, Slaves, Kate Tempest, Portico, Tropics, Shopping, And So I Watch You From Afar, and more.
Weekend tickets cost £30 and are on sale now. For more information, visit Tramlines.org.uk. The festival has been nominated for Best Small Festival at this year’s NME Awards with Austin, Texas.