Modest Mouse Were James Corden’s First Musical Guests on ‘Late Late Show’
The band played 'Be Brave' off new album 'Strangers to Ourselves'
Modest Mouse stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden last night to perform “Be Brave,” off of their newest album, Strangers to Ourselves. The gig was a somewhat historic one, as the Northwest rock vets mark the first musical guests in the show’s history, and because it revealed to the insomniac set for the first time that lead singer Isaac Brock now looks like a cross between Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari.
Watch the performance above, and read our review of Strangers to Ourselves here.