The Wallflowers Plays Something New And A Bit Familiar On Letterman

(CBS Local) The Wallflowers packed a number of tracks from their upcoming album, Glad All Over, as well as their most beloved songs, into their 40-plus minute Live On Letterman performance at New York's Ed Sullivan Theater on Thursday (October 5).

"We're gonna play something that's new and also a bit familiar," frontman Jakob Dylan announced before "Reboot The Mission" from the new album (due in stores October 9).

That statement seemed like a contradiction: but while the song is new, it has elements that would be familiar to fans of The Clash, a band that Dylan has long cited as an influence (Clash guitarist Mick Jones plays on the studio version). Read more and watch here.

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