Watch: Gotye And Kimbra Perform On Saturday Night Live

Written by Alex Langlands on April 16, 2012

Gotye has had one hell of a few months since he released his smash hit single ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ in July. Since then, he has had over 160 million hits on YouTube, and scored a slot on this year’s Coachella Festival.

While in the States, Gotye has become their adopted child, playing nearly every late night TV show as the feature musician and selling out almost every single date of his American tour. It seems they have become somewhat attached to our beloved Wally De Backer.

The performance features the ever-beautiful Kimbra, who is over in the United States accompanying Gotye as they tour that vast country. For those not satisfied with this single song, Gotye will be performing at Coachella in a matter of hours, and his performance will be available for online streaming here on Channel 1 at 2:30pm EST.

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