The Hold Steady have spent much of 2016 revisiting their stellar catalog. In addition to reissuing their first two albums, 2004’s Almost Killed Me and 2005’s Separation Sunday, Craig Finn & co. recently commemorated the 10th anniversary of Boys and Girls in America with a four-night residency at the Brooklyn Bowl.
The band continued its victory lap on Monday with a Late Night performance of Almost Killed Me cut “Most People Are DJs”. Though it’s rare for a group to highlight decade-old material in a late-night performance, there’s no denying that The Hold Steady sound as fresh as ever with keyboardist Franz Nicolay back in the fold after a prolonged absence. Watch the band celebrate their reunion in typical raucous style the video above.