Musicians are getting crafty during the coronavirus quarantine and bringing the shows directly to us, and we couldn’t appreciate it more! From quick song performances by Pink and Keith Urban to online concert series featuring Coldplay's Chris Martin, John Legend or Hozier, musicians are teaming up to break up the monotony, and accompanying anxiety. Switchfoot
The guys of Switchfoot recently stopped by The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson to perform "When We Come Alive," a soaring track that comes off their latest album Fading West. Check out Switchfoot in action below and click here for upcoming tour dates.
Just as they hit the road in support of their 2013 album Fading West, Switchfoot stopped by the set of Jimmy Kimmel Live to play two of their newer songs. Performing in front of a crowd that was ready to rock, Switchfoot sounded tight as ever when they pulled out “Say It Like You Mean It” and “When We Come Alive.” Watch both performances after the jump and visit Switchfoot’s official Facebook page for a list of tour dates.
To celebrate the release of their new rockumentary Fading West, Switchfoot was recently the featured guest on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Fading West offers a behind-the-scenes look at the band as they travel to disparate surfing destinations. The film is also accompanied by an original album of new tracks, including “Who We Are” which saw its way to Leno. Watch Switchfoot in action after the jump and visit their official website to pick up special Fading West packages.
Jon Foreman of Switchfoot and Nickel Creek’s Sean Watkins were recently on the road performing as Fiction Family, and that path led through Chicago Music Exchange. The band picked their instruments off the wall and played “Avalon,” which comes off their latest album Fiction Family Reunion. Watch the clip after the jump and visit Fiction Family’s official website to check out deluxe packages of their album.
Fiction Family, the collaboration between Switchfoot’s Jon Foreman and Nickel Creek’s Sean Watkins, has released a new album to correspond with the start of non-profit To Write Love on Her Arms’ Heavy and Light tour. Fiction Family Reunion is the band’s second full-length, and you can pick up a host of special deluxe packages at their official website.