Rapper joined the band for 'Captive of the Sun'
Parquet Courts were joined by UGK rapper Bun B during their performance of ‘Captive of the Sun’ on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Bun B lended a bar and some additional gusto to ‘Captive of the Sun,’ with the band also accompanied by members of PC Worship, Blues Control, and Eaters.
Parquet Courts released their fifth album ‘Human Performance’ earlier this year through Rough Trade. It was their first piece of new music since the mostly instrumental ‘Monastic Living’ EP, released in 2015.
NME’s Ben Homewood awarded the group’s latest effort four stars, writing: “It’s easy to simply pore over Savage’s frantic wordplay – which peaks when evaluating kebab-wrapping techniques on ‘Berlin Got Blurry’ – but the music is equally brilliant.”
Check out the ‘Human Performance’ track listing below:
02. Human Performance
04. I Was Just Here
06. Captive Of The Sun
07. Steady On My Mind
08. On Man, No City
09. Berlin Got Blurry
10. Keep It Even
11. Two Dead Cops
12. Pathos Prairie
13. It’s Gonna Happen
Parquet Courts have promised fans with Parquet Courts tattoos free entry into their shows for life. Posting on their website, the band said:
“Got a Parquet Courts tattoo? What the hell were you thinking? In order to shelter your fragile soul from the sting of deep, venomous regret, Parquet Courts are going to allow you free entrance, for life, into any Parquet Courts show*. *Does not include side-projects, solo performances, weddings, open mic nights, “talks”, etc.”
You can watch the performance of ‘Captive of the Sun’ below.