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Watch: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros perform ‘Man On Fire’ on Letterman

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 15, 2012

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros have appeared on David Letterman to play their new song Man On Fire.

During the performance, frontman Alex Ebert shuffles, jigs and skips his way through the audience, clearly enjoying himself.

After the performance, Ebert took to his Twitter account to express his happiness.

 

Man On Fire is lifted from their upcoming second record Here, which is due out May 29, 2012.

As Music Feeds previously reported, Ebert said the new record was a trial that ultimately brought the band together:

“The making of this album has spanned a time of immense perseverance and, thankfully, co-creation… Making this album has been a test of our faith in ourselves and in the universe, and brought us closer together and in greater harmony with one another… A deluge of music has been written and recorded, and we are intensely excited to share it with anyone who wants to feel it”, Ebert said.

Watch: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros perform Man On Fire on David Letterman

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyxzjKwKlqs

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