Even in the airless confines of a television studio, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs perform like they could combust at any moment. The New York band stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to play the title track from their new album, Mosquito, which comes out today. Singer Karen O started with a beaming smile that stretched across her face, before she began prowling back and forth with a feral energy while guitarist Nick Zinner, drummer Brian Chase and touring member David Pajo on bass anchored the cacophony surrounding her as she hissed, "Suck your blood!"
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