Quite a few great new albums were released in the past few weeks, and that means more hot bands hitting the late-night TV circuit. Here’s our list of who to watch.
 
Mon., June 4 – Regina Spektor on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
 
After releasing her album What We Saw From The Cheap Seats last week, Spektor is making the late-night talk-show rounds. The singer is expected to perform her latest single, “All The Rowboats.” The last time she visited Jimmy Fallon was in 2010, when she performed “Dance Anthem Of The ’80s” off her 2009 album, Far.
 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VlC7vGIGCA

Tues., June 5 – Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
 
Alex Ebert and his indie-jam band are filling the airwaves with their new single, “Man On Fire,” a slowly building tune that urges the whole world to dance along. In support of their new album, Here, they performed the track on Letterman a few weeks back. Ebert ran and danced throughout the crowd, and stared at the audience rather strangely. Let’s hope this performance isn’t as creepy.
 

Thurs., June 7 – Temper Trap on Late Show With David Letterman
 
The debut album from Australia’s the Temper Trap caught everyone’s attention, thanks to the tender single “Sweet Disposition.” Three years later, the group is back with a new self-titled release and a new shiny single, “Need Your Love.” After making waves with the first release, the pressure is on to see if the band can do it again.
 

More late-night performances:
June 4 – Neon Trees on Conan, Silversun Pickups on Late Show With David Letterman
June 5 – Walkmen on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon