|Queens Of The Stone Age were on live on David Letterman last night, performing the song “My God Is The Sun” from their freshly released album ... Like Clockwork. The also did a Live On Letterman webcast before the show as a full concert, which is included above. For more, check out the song "My God Is The Sun," and the videos for “I Appear Missing,” “Keep Your Eyes Peeled,” as well as the massive 15 minute video compilation known as the Queens of The Stone Age Movie.
Queens Of The Stone Age signed with Matador Records for the new album, which was released this week. It includes drumming from Dave Grohl + contributions from Mark Lanegan Trent Reznor, Sir Elton John, James Lavelle and more. There's also a tour in the works which Matador is calling "An extensive world tour" that's taking shape.You can find the band at the Roskilde Festival, Benicassim Festival, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits.
Dave Grohl did the drumming on the new album, in place drummer Joey Castillo who's no longer in the band. "[Grohl] and I have this wonderful musical relationship which we don't have with other people. It's a very cool and comfortable position," said Josh Homme when speaking to Zane Lowe from Radio 1 in an interview. Dave Grohl has a QOTSA history, he also played on the album Songs For The Deaf in 2002.
Video courtesy of the freshly-back-online The Audio Perv. Check out more live music performances on the Spacelab Media Player.
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