Song, which options Ezra Koenig, will seem on the band’s forthcoming LP, Alpha Zulu
Phoenix appeared on The Late Show to carry out their newest single “Tonight,” which options Vampire Weekend singer Ezra Koenig on vocals. The French rock group showcased the music on the late-night present stage utilizing the identical break up display screen vibe because the observe’s official music video, with segments of Koenig from the video edited in.
“Tonight” comes off Alpha Zulu, Phoenix’s new LP, out Nov. 4 through Loyaute/Glassnote Records. The music marks the primary time Phoenix has featured an out of doors vocalist on a music. The video, directed by Oscar Boyson, was shot in Tokyo and Paris, with Koenig and the band inhabiting related areas in numerous components of the world.
Alpha Zulu was produced by Phoenix and recorded in Paris’ Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The band teased the album with its title track again in June. According to a press launch, frontman Thomas Mars was impressed to write down the observe by the phrase “alpha zulu,” which he “heard a pilot repeating over the radio throughout a turbulent flight in a storm.”
Phoenix is presently on the North American leg of their tour, which kicked off Sept. 6 in St. Paul, Minnesota and wraps Oct. 18 on the Pepsi Center in Mexico City. A string of European and U.Ok. dates will comply with. The band may even carry out at Austin City Limits in October.