Late-Night TV Music (Worth The Wait Edition) | April 14/15, 2020

Good things come to the airwaves, thanks to The National's Matt Berninger.

Good things come to those who wait. Even in the late-night TV music landscape. For instance: If you’ve been waiting for The National’s Matt Berninger to deliver an intimate cover of Mercury Rev’s Holes with the help of film composer Steph Altman on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, your weirdly specific wish was granted on Wednesday night. Similarly (and much simpler), if you have been impatient to see Lewis Capaldi sing Before You Go from his home in Scotland for The Late Late Show With James Corden, enjoy. Of course, if you were waiting for Rita Ora and her band to perform How To Be Lonely for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon — as she did on Tuesday, the same night that Meghan Trainor sang Like I’m Gonna Lose You on Corden’s show — then we definitely want different things out of life.

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