Maggie Rogers Goes For ‘The Kill’ On ‘Colbert’

Watch the singer-songwriter perform the cut featured on her recently released album, Don’t Forget Me.

By Scott Bernstein Apr 17, 2024 8:04 am PDT

Maggie Rogers returned to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday to appear as the musical guest. Rogers performed “The Kill,” one of 10 tracks featured on her excellent new album, Don't Forget Me.

Don’t Forget Me, Maggie Rogers’ third album, arrived last Friday, April 12 via Capitol Records. Rogers co-produced the follow-up to 2022’s Surrender with Ian Fitchuk. Shawn Everett mixed the LP while Emily Lazar mastered the record as she has all of Rogers’ albums to date.


The singer-songwriter was accompanied by her full band for “The Kill” at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Maggie Rogers fronted an ensemble that featured keyboardist Bryn Bliska, Bryndon Cook on acoustic guitar, Shannon Lauren Callihan on electric guitar, drummer Jordan Rose, bassist Brian Kelsey and percussionist Junior Alli-Balogun.

Maggie Rogers will soon embark on a spring tour of North America. Part 1 of her The Don’t Forget Me Tour spans May 23 – June 22. Rogers will bring The Don’t Forget Me Tour Part II to North American arenas this fall.

Watch Maggie Rogers perform “The Kill” on last night’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert below:

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