Beirut paid a go to to The Late Show on Thursday night time (Feb. 7) to carry out the title monitor off of their newest album, Gallipoli.
The minimalist efficiency on the moodily lit set started with well-traveled frontman Zach Condon taking part in the trumpet beside bandmates on the trombone, keyboard, bass and drums. The eclectic folks rock tune, a form of melancholy mariachi, showcased the band’s world instrumental expertise because it bubbled alongside in a mid-tempor groove, with merely one verse for Condon to sing.
“We inform tales to be identified, or be spared the sorrow/ You're so truthful to behold, what can be left while you're gone?/ And it shapes all the things you understand, how we be taught and the wonders we love/ Southern land, scattered clouds from the cove/ And, oh, oh, oh, oh, spare me the glow,” Condon sang.
Watch Beirut carry out “Gallipoli” on The Late Show beneath.