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Kings Of Leon break the drought with When You See Yourself, their first studio album release since 2016’s No. 1 hit Walls.

The rockers’ eighth studio set dropped at midnight, and was led earlier in the year by single “The Bandit.”

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On Thursday night (March 4), the Followills got the blood pumping when they stopped by The Late Show for a performance of the track, the first of a two-show residency on the late-night show.

The lads don’t overdo it with lazers or smoke machines, they’re just four seasoned veterans going about their work.

Watch below.

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