Earl Sweatshirt performs with BADBADNOTGOOD on Jimmy Kimmel

The Odd Future affiliate performed ‘AM // Radio’ and ‘Grief’, cuts from his latest album ‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside’

Last night (13th May) Earl Sweatshirt performed cuts from his recent sophomore album ‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside’ backed up by Toronto trio BADBADNOTGOOD performing live and slightly altered versions of the backing tracks from the album.

An admittedly slightly haggard looking Earl performed a snippet of ‘AM // Radio’ (incorrectly announced as ‘Huey’ by Kimmel) and lead single ‘Grief’ with additional bleak saxophone parts from BADBADNOTGOOD. The dark themes and sound of Earl’s latest album were amplified by a glitcy, static backdrop and the generally sombre disposition of all involved.

At the end of the performance Earl had one more guest to bring out in the form of experimental cult icon and Odd Future idol, Gary Wilson who’s track ‘You Were To Good To Be True’ is sampled on ‘Grief’. Wilson, dressed in little more than a wig and a bin-bag, proceeded to wrap his own head in duct tape, take from that what you will.

BADBADNOTGOOD also performed solo track ‘Kaleidoscope’ in it’s chaotic eight minute entirety

Watch Earl Sweatshirt and BADBADNOTGOOD’s full performances below.

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