Sleater-Kinney Stop by ‘Colbert’ for a Performance of ‘Bury Our Friends’
Carrie Brownstein makes her second 'Colbert' appearance this year
Just a couple of months after appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert supporting her memoir, Carrie Brownstein returned with all of Sleater-Kinney in tow on Monday night. The iconic indie rock act took a break from their run of New York shows to play the No Cities to Love (one of SPIN’s 50 Best Albums of 2015) track “Bury Our Friends.” The band continues their New York dates tonight at Music Hall of Williamsburg with Charly Bliss. That show, and all of their remaining New York dates are sold out, so you’ll want to catch this performance here.