Friday, September 7, 2012

Matchbox Twenty rock She’s So Mean on Letterman

Matchbox Twenty are making the roads to promote their newly-released album, “North,” which hit stores this week.

The band lived together in a house in Nashville last year where they collaborated on the new material before once again joining forces with producer Matt Serletic at his Emblem Studios in Calabasas, California.

The project is the band’s fourth studio record and first full release in a decade, following 2002’s “More Than You Think You Are.”

On Wednesday, Matchbox Twenty stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to perform “She’s So Mean,” the first single from the album.

The group heads to London for two shows later this month, with an Australian tour set to kick off October 20 in Melbourne.

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VIDEO: Matchbox Twenty – She’s So Mean