DVR Rewind: Japandroids Make Letterman Debut

CANADIAN DUO IMPRESS WITH POWERFUL PERFORMANCE OF "ADRENALINE NIGHTSHIFT"

Canadian rockers Japandroids are having a great year. The duo put out their best album yet in 2012's Celebration Rock and have watched as the album has taken off in 2013 thanks to its powerful and catchy tunes such as "The House That Heaven Built" and "Adrenaline Nightshift." In addition to earning more and more impressive slots at festivals and watching their crowd grow, Japandroids' "The House That Heaven Built" was recently named the entrance music for hockey's Vancouver Canucks.

Last night Japandroids made their debut on CBS's The Late Show With David Letterman. Guitarist Brian King and drummer David Prowse didn't even wait for Dave to finish his introduction before bashing into the intense "Adrenaline Nightshift." Following the pair's performance, Letterman mis-pronounced the title of their album as Celebrity Rock and let Paul Shaffer throw in a weak joke about thinking the band was Japanese. But we don't think that stopped Japandroids from winning many new fans thanks to their impressive performance.

Watch Japandroids' take on "Adrenaline Nightshift" from last night's The Late Show:

[Published on: 6/21/13]

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