Comfort food or taste of something new? They were both on the menu — musically speaking, that is — courtesy of Monday’s late-night talk shows. Beloved California pop-rocker Jenny Lewis warmly served up the former on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert with her Carole King-style single Wasted Youth — and handily took home the style award for her band’s matching ensembles and kitschy-cool presentation. Meanwhile, two other artists made their TV debuts: Singer-songwriter Matt Maeson unveiled his surprisingly rocking cut Cringe on Late Night With Seth Meyers, while Aldous Harding took a decidedly mellower approach with her tune The Barrel on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. If you’re still hungry, how about some leftovers? Jimmy Kimmel Live is still dishing out cuts from Santana’s appearance last week — but this performance of Batonga includes some serious ripping solos from Carlos, so no complaints here. Check, please!