Yo La Tengo celebrated the release yesterday of their new LP Fade by a performing a pair of songs on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, starting with album opener "Ohm." The Hoboken, New Jersey, trio expanded to a five-piece band (including Saturday Night Live and Portlandia star Fred Armisen on drums alongside Georgia Hubley) on the song, which they pared from nearly seven minutes to a more TV-friendly four and a half. Afterward, the group stuck around for a web-only version of "I'll Be Around."
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