Tinashe and Schoolboy Q, Philip Selway and the Dap-Kings Hit Late-Night Circuit

Andrew Parks

By Andrew Parks

on 10.10.14 in News

If Thom Yorke’s new album and Jonny Greenwood’s ongoing neo-classical career aren’t enough Radiohead-related music to keep you busy until the band’s next album, there’s always Philip Selway. The drummer recently stepped out from behind his kit on the solo record Weatherhouse, and brought one of its dimly lit ballads to The Tonight Show last night. He booked quite a backing band too: the Dap-Kings, who seem to be quite in demand these days (see also: John Legend’s Marvin Gaye tribute).

Check out “It Will End With Tears:”

In other key late-night collab news, Tinashe performed her breakout hit “2 On” with and Schoolboy Q on Jimmy Kimmel Live! yesterday, capping a week that also included the release of her universally acclaimed Aquarius LP.

“I wanted to make sure that what I accomplished with this album was showing the people that have only heard ’2 On’ that there’s more to me as an artist,” the singer recently told Wondering Sound when asked about the album’s more left-field listens. “I think people will hear that song on the radio and automatically assume that’s all I’m about or what my music is like. It has a lot more depth to it than that.”

Read more about Aquarius here, and check out Tinashe’s Kimmel appearance below: