Mt. Joy Performs ‘Evergreen’ On ‘Corden’

Watch the quintet barrel through the cut from their recently released 'Orange Blood' album.

By Scott Bernstein Sep 30, 2022 11:17 am PDT

Mt. Joy swung by The Late Late Show With James Corden on Thursday to perform “Evergreen.” The song appears on Philadelphia-born, Los Angeles-based band’s latest album, Orange Blood.

The 10-track Orange Blood was produced by Caleb Nelson. Mt. Joy — guitarists Matt Quinn and Sam Cooper, keyboardist Jackie Miclau, drummer Sotiris Eliopoulos and bassist Michael Byrnes — put out the LP on June 17.

Matt Quinn shared the following in regards to “Evergreen”:

“Evergreen is the shot of tequila on this record. It’s a love song about trusting what you have during times when the world seems to be changing faster than we can keep up. It’s hard, but I think the only times I’m truly happy are when I embrace the insanity around us and pound my chest just enough to believe that if we stick together, we’ve got all we need to make it to the other side.”

Watch Mt. Joy barrel through “Evergreen” on last night’s Corden below:

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