AJR took to the stage on Monday night’s (March 11) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform their most recent single “100 Bad Days.”
Lead vocalist Jack Met opened the performance appearing as a floating head in front of a green screen of psychedelic images, with the rest of the band (made up of his siblings Jack and Ryan) coming into full view as the song progressed.
“Remember when we all got drunk?/ I ended up with two broke thumbs/ Oh my God, I felt so dumb, lucky me/ I wrote a song that no one knows/ I played a show and no one showed/ Oh my God, I felt so alone, lucky me,” Jack sang on the first verse of the uptempo pop track.
For an exclusive off-air performance, the DIY indie-pop trio also performed their hit “Weak,” from their 2016 EP What’s Everyone Thinking.
The band also announced on Tuesday that their third studio album, Neotheater, is due out on April 26 via AJR Productions/S-Curve/BMG. The 12-track record was entirely self-produced by Jack, Ryan and Adam.
Check out the clips of AJR’s performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live below.