Yeah Yeah Yeahs Buzz Through 'Mosquito' and 'Sacrilege' for 'Kimmel'

New album, also titled 'Mosquito,' is out today

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Marc Hogan

Yeah Yeah Yeahs' new album Mosquito is out today, and our reviewer Joe Gross argues it skillfully expands the band's sound. Fresh off one of Coachella's best sets, the New York art-rock inspirations stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. They'd already brought Mosquito's Madonna-worthy opener "Sacrilege" to Late Show With David Letterman, gospel choir in tow, so last night on air they gave an enthusiastic, theatrical rendition of the blood-sucking title track (above). Of course, "Sacrilege" is great, so they played it as an online extra (below). Watch both while reading SPIN's latest Yeah Yeah Yeahs cover story.

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