Soundgarden, Bastille, Boyz II Men & Twin Shadow: Watch Late Night Performances

Soundgarden performs on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on June 3, 2014.
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There were plenty of music performances on last night's round of talk shows worth watching, led by Soundgarden's stop by "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon."

Out promoting the 20th anniversary deluxe reissue of "Superunknown," Chris Cornell and company played two singles from the landmark 1994 album -- first "Spoonman" and then as a second bonus performance, "My Wave."



Two days ago, Soundgarden played "Superunknown" in its entirety for only the second time ever, before a packed crowd at New York's Webster Hall. The band is set to embark on a European tour that will last through early July. After that, they'll tour North America through late August, starting mid-July in Quebec.



On "Late Night with Seth Myers," Bastille were out to prove they're not just "the band that did 'Pomepii.'" The UK synth-rock act performed its new single "Bad Blood," which currently sits at No. 2 on Alternative Songs.


Over on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Boyz II Men appeared in support of their new studio album "Collide," which drops Sept. 30. The R&B legends performed a pair of new cuts -- "Better Half" and "Diamond Eyes."





Synth-friendly indie act Twin Shadow brought a clever rendition of their new song "To The Top" to "Conan." With his hand pounding on his chest, frontman George Lewis Jr. belted the single, encircled by eight other musicians, as if in some sort of basement jam session.