Time has nothing on The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Returning to phases nationwide, the ska band delivered a high-energy efficiency of "Wonderful Day For the Race" and "The Constant" at Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday (Oct. 23).
From their June album While We're At It, the group rocked each songs in matching striped fits, purple under-shirts and polka dot ties. Proudly flexing an old-fashioned vibe, the Bosstones delivered it's signature ska sound, mixing rock, punk and jam.
With "Wonderful Day For the Race," frontman Dicky Barrett's voice soared in a grave and raspy tone, because the band jammed alongside in entrance of a sequence of colourful pictures. Offering a energetic and boisterous efficiency, the 35-year-old band proved that there's no such factor as growing old in music.
For "The Constant," Barrett's scratchy voice rolled into the thought-provoking lyrics, “More occasions than they do they don't know you exist/That's simply the best way they are saying they function/Stand right here, there's an opportunity, oh however you'll have to attend/The fixed ticking, the fixed tocking/You're able to stroll out/It's time clock in/The clock will inform you/When it's time to go."
Watch The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' look on Kimmel under.