After holding residencies this year in London, Boston, and Philadelphia, LCD Soundsystem recently stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to perform their new song “New Body Rhumba”.
The track was created for director Noah Baumbach's upcoming dark comedy film White Noise. It's a movie adaptation of the Don DeLillo novel of the same name. “New Body Rhumba” is LCD Soundsystem's first new music in five years. It's a rockin' piece about death and rebirth and was written by James Murphy, Nancy Whang, and Pat Mahoney.
In other LCD Soundsystem news, the band kicks off a 20-night homecoming residency at Brooklyn Steel in New York this Friday (November 18). Tickets are available here. Their last album was 2017's American Dream. According to Consequence of Sound, James Murphy’s band recently appeared in Meet Me in the Bathroom, the documentary adaptation of Lizzy Goodman’s oral history of the early 2000s New York City rock scene.
As for White Noise, the movie premiered at Venice Film Festival this month and hits Netflix on December 30 after a limited theater run.
Watch LCD Soundsystem's performance on Colbert below.
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