Of Monsters And Men On Leno Again

Published December 10, 2012

Icelandic rising stars Of Monsters And Men will appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this evening.
According to listings on NBC’s website, the band will be performing on tonight’s episode, which also features Matt Damon as one of the show’s guests. It is not indicated if the band will merely play a song or also be interviewed.
Of Monsters And Men have been enjoying extraordinary success in the US lately. Their album, My Head Is An Animal, moved over 55,000 units in its first week alone – surpassing Madonna for units sold that week – and have been ranking high on Amazon and iTunes.
Last spring, the band sold over 100,000 units; 95,000 of them in the US and Canada. Their hit single, Little Talks, is currently at #45 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Of Monsters And Men performed on the Tonight Show last summer as well, which you can watch below:



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