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Belle and Sebastian brought their delightful indie pop to Seth Meyers — watch

on June 23, 2015, 9:40am

Belle and Sebastian have spent the last couple months touring the world in support of Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, their first album in five years. Just one week after gracing the Bonnaroo stage (and kicking it with Jon Hamm and his gummy bears), the Scottish outfit returned to the late-night circuit on Monday to perform LP cut “Allie” as well as “Sukie in the Graveyard” from their 2006 record, The Life Pursuit. As they did on Conan back in January, Stuart Murdoch & co. used their endearing brand of indie pop to sweep Seth Meyers and his audience off their feet. Catch the replay below.

(Read: Belle and Sebastian’s Top 10 Songs)


“Sukie in the Graveyard”:

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