The Arizona rockers recall their exploits at the 1998 Texan festival in the latest in this exclusive series.
This week’s episode examines the background to the band’s Roger Taylor-penned classic.
This year's performances introduced a new era of young artists who are prioritizing the visual elements of their music and the veteran musicians who are passing the torch to them.
Eilish performs her album without a single audience member physically present – and yet her star power on stage shines just the same.
The performance comes on the third night of the singer’s appearances on the show in support of her recently released studio album ‘Solar Power.’
The song comes from the band’s latest album ‘Pressure Machine.’
Eilish visited Fallon on the heels of ‘Happier Than Ever’ scoring No.1 on the Billboard charts.
The performance was accompanied by a montage of footage from the Tokyo Games.
Sam Williams’ ‘Glasshouse Children’ is out August 20.
The sun-dappled performance sees the duo with just an electric guitar and a microphone, as Lorde gives an emotive performance of the folksy single.
The song is featured in the film’s infamous ‘bus fight scene.’
‘The Nowhere Inn’ hits VOD on Friday September 17.
‘‘Love Love Love’ is trying to steer the ship away from everything I’m talking about in ‘Regularly Scheduled Programming,’’ says James.
‘I believe Dolby Atmos takes music to the next level. It’s game-changing and hits you differently,’ explains Bieber.