The Dead Weather to play first live show in five years on Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’

Band to appear on US TV show on September 14

The Dead Weather will make their first live appearance in five years later this month with a performance on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show.

The band, which consists of The Kills‘ Alison Mosshart, Jack White, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence confirmed last month that they would be making their long-awaited return and would release new album ‘Dodge & Burn’ on September 25.

The group have now also revealed that they will appear on Colbert’s show on September 14. Run The Jewels will also team up with TV On The Radio for the US late-night show.

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Speaking previously about their return, Mosshart said: “It feels so good to put music out into the world, it’s the best feeling ever. I’m really happy that we have things for people to hear, something new.” Speaking of the recording sessions, meanwhile, she added: “It’s really easy and pleasant and enjoyable to be in the studio with these guys and jam and write songs, it happens so naturally, it’s a joy.”

The band’s third album will feature eight new songs, as well as the four previously released ones (‘Buzzkill(er)’, ‘It’s Just Too Bad’, ‘Open Up (That’s Enough)’, ‘Rough Detective’), the latter having been remixed and remastered for the new release.

The tracklisting is as follows:

‘I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)’
‘Let Me Through’
‘Three Dollar Hat’
‘Lose The Right’
‘Rough Detective’
‘Open Up (That’s Enough)’
‘Be Still’
‘Mile Markers’
‘Cop And Go’
‘Too Bad’
‘Impossible Winner’