Creating a psychedelic world of endless possibilities, Kevin Parker, the mastermind behind Tame Impala, brings his unimaginable fantasies to life with every live performance. Utilizing simplistic techniques to enhance the attention of the sound, Tame Impala let live instrumentation to carry the show. As showcased with every late night talk show and worldwide arena tour, the band provides an alternative experience for every setting. For a more dynamic touch, stage design and laser light shows reassure fans that they're in for a treat.
In February of this year, Kevin Parker released another Tame Impala album. The third studio album The Slow Rush approaches the atmospheric appreciation for an inescapable groove. To promote the album, Tame Impala appeared on various late night shows including Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert, as well as the launch of yet another arena tour of the same name as the album. Unfortunately the tour was cut short due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But that did not stop Kevin Parker, as he reimagined the experience with just as exciting at-home performances.
Here's every The Slow Rush era performances all in one place:
Saturday Night Live (March 31, 2019)
Tame Impala were the musical guest on Saturday Night Live as the band performed The Slow Rush lead single “Borderline”.
“Lost In Yesterday” & “Breathe Deeper”
Jimmy Kimmel Live (March 3, 2020)
Tame Impala play double duty as they nail performances of the album cuts live on Jimmy Kimmel.
Music From the Homefront (April 25)
An at home acoustic version of The Slow Rush album cut.
Mark Ronson’s Love Lockdown (May 2)
Mark Ronson hosts a quarantine dance party as Kevin Parker blasts the album’s lead single.
“Is It True”
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (May 11)
Three Kevin Parkers. Three colors. Three Outfits.
“One More Year”
NTS Remote Utopias. (May 15)
The Slow Rush opener gets reimagined into an 18-minute-long remix.
“Balearic house reimagining”.