Sara Bareilles Puts on Her 'Armor' For Empowering 'Late Show' Performance: Watch


Sara Bareilles heated up The Late Show with the strength-filled “Armor” off her forthcoming album on Wednesday night time (Nov. 28). The women first anthem was fittingly backed by an all-female band.

The 38-year-old singer-songwriter led with a piano on a set bathed in purple gentle, her soulful voice embarking on a story journey in a minor key: “Let it start, let Adam in/ Step one: unique sin/ Underneath the leaves, Adam discovered Eve/ Both of them discovered one thing candy below the apple tree/ Then it was over, roads divide," she sang on the monitor that revisits the Garden of Eden and asks how Eve ended up with "all of the rattling blame?”  

“To all my sisters and all our mates/ We should thank them, please/ Strength means blessed with an enemy,” Bareilles continued in her wealthy voice as she ready to ship appreciation to the ladies who encourage her: “All my, my, my, my armor comes from you/ You make me attempt, attempt, attempt, attempt more durable/ Oh, that’s all I ever do, ever do.”

Watch Bareilles fireplace up The Late Show under.