Last night, Dec. 7, Connecticut bred-jammers Goose made their debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. During the highly anticipated late-night appearance, the quintet ran through the title track off their most recent full-length album, Dripfield. Watch below.
During the midweek broadcast, the stage was set with holiday decor, including wreaths and festive lights, which embraced the forthcoming festivities. As the band began working into “Dripfield,” bright pink and blue beams flashed along to the song’s beat.
Guitarist and singer Rick Mitarotonda took center stage with bassist Trevor Weeks grooving to his right and Peter Anspach on his left, adding buoyant guitar, vocals and keyboard. Ben Atkind was positioned behind his bandmates, on drums, along with fellow percussionist Jeff Arevalo, who brought vocals and a bouncing rhythm to the track.
The band’s performance on Fallon comes hot on the heels of their recently announced spring tour, which is scheduled to begin on March 23, when the band takes the Roadrunner stage in Boston. For more information, read the tour announcement here.
Watch Goose’s full performance of “Dripfield” below.