Wilco brought their signature indie rock musings to Late Night With Seth Myers, performing the cut Love Is Everywhere (Beware). You can watch the performance above.
The song features some intricate slide and hammer-on playing from lead guitarist Nels Cline over frontman Jeff Tweedy’s more subdued acoustic playing.
The cautionary love song is taken from the group’s latest album Ode to Joy, released last month to overwhelmingly positive critical reception.
Wilco formed in 1994, after the disbandment of Uncle Tupelo. Jeff Tweedy and bassist John Stirratt are the only original members of the group. To date, they have released 11 studio albums, with Yankee Hotel Foxtrot being their best-known release.
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