Watch MGMT Perform “Little Dark Age” and Four Other Songs on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Plus They Did "When You Die," "James," "TSLAMP," and "Me and Michael"

May 18, 2018
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MGMT (Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser) released a new album, Little Dark Age, back in March via Columbia. Last night they stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform title track "Little Dark Age" on the show's outdoor stage. When most bands play Kimmel's outdoor stage they stick around and do at least one web-exclusive song, but MGMT did four others from the new album: "When You Die," "James," "TSLAMP," and "Me and Michael." Watch all the performances below.

Previously they shared a gothic video for the album's title track, "Little Dark Age," along with another song from the album, "When You Die," via a trippy video that starred actor Alex Karpovsky (Girls) as a struggling magician. Then they shared another song from the album, the relaxed "Hand It Over," via a psychedelic lyric video. Then they shared a video for another song from the album, "Me and Michael."

Little Dark Age was produced by MGMT, former Chairlift member Patrick Wimberly, and long-time collaborator Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev, who has worked on all three of their previous albums). The album is the follow-up to 2013's MGMT.

 

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RepRightSongs
May 22nd 2018
5:00am

They have a nice sound to their music. That must have been an awesome feeling for them to be able to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live, especially with that amazingly huge stage set up. That is an major accomplishment in my opinion

RepRightSongs
May 22nd 2018
5:01am

They have a nice sound to their music. That must have been an awesome feeling for them to be able to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live, especially with that amazingly huge stage set up. That is a major accomplishment in my opinion