BRMC go live on Leno to help promote latest album Specter At The Feast
By Alex Baker
Los Angeles psychedelic rock trio Black Rebel Motorcycle Club appeared on NBC’s Tonight Show this week to promote their latest album, Specter At The Feast. The BRMC are currently on the road in support of the album, which was released in March. The album was the band’s sixth studio release and was heavily influenced by the death of lead singer Robert Been’s father Michael Been. The senior Been had been a member of Eighties rockers The Call and was working as a sound engineer for BRMC backstage at a pop festival in Europe when he passed away from a heart attack in 2010. Their new album has been praised for the heartfelt emotion Been and fellow band members Peter Hayes (bass/vocals) and Leah Shapiro (drums) poured into songs like “Lullaby,” “Rival,” and “Hate the Taste,” the track featured in this clip from the Leno show.
For tour information or to download Specter At The Feast, visit the band’s official website.