From Rolling Stone:
David Byrne performed his American Utopia song "Everybody's Coming to My House" with help from Stephen Colbert on Friday's The Late Show. Bringing the former Talking Heads singer's elaborate tour to the Ed Sullivan Theatre, Byrne staged a unique performance where he and his backing band moved freely around the Late Show set; at one point, two of the backup singers sat down beside Colbert in the guest chairs. To close out "Everybody's Coming to My House," Colbert, Byrne and four members of the backing band sang the track's closing chorus together while seated at a roundtable.
In addition to the performance, Byrne also sat down with Colbert to discuss American Utopia – Byrne's first solo LP in 14 years – and potentially writing a musical about Jared Kushner. "It's like a Greek tragedy: Everything that Jared does takes him closer to what happened to Daddy," Byrne said of Kushner and his formerly imprisoned father.
From Pitchfork: Elsewhere in the episode, Byrne also starred in a sketch, acting as the owner of his own “giant suit emporium.”
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