Elle King Burns Up 'Late Late Show' With Edgy 'Baby Outlaw': Watch

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Elle King rocked The Late Late Show with the raucous “Baby Outlaw” from her sophomore album, Shake The Spirit, on Tuesday evening (Nov. 13). The 29-year-old “Ex’s & Oh’s” singer added to her assortment of soulful bad-girl jams with the feisty efficiency.   

King took the stage in a black cropped jacket and furry bustier, black pants and crimson lipstick that matched the ruby stage lights, her blonde hair illuminated by a circle of stage lights hovering over her head. Her five-piece band wore matching olive button-ups and white pants as they ripped by means of the seductive, pressing rocker.   

“I’ve been runnin' for the reason that day I used to be born,” sang King in a deep, grinding voice. “I’m the definition of the one/ Shed a tear for every soul let loose/ But that's what occurs while you dance with me.”   

An edgy electrical guitar riff led King into the refrain as the remainder of the band powered behind her: “Well I ain't no one's child/ Baby, I'm an outlaw/ Call me a legal possibly/ Baby, I'm an outlaw/ You know I ain't evil however I ain't a saint/ Can't assist it, I used to be born this fashion/ Oh child, outlaw/ Ooh child, I'm an outlaw," she sang, dancing round whereas giving off a 1960s go-go vibe.

The tune intensified as King swung round her arms slowly whereas the guitar broke right into a screeching solo. She topped off the rockin' country-tinged tune by throwing an arm up and hollering into the air.

Watch King give it her all on The Late Late Show beneath.