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Watch Wild Cub perform “Thunder Clatter” on ‘Fallon’ for their television debut

January 22, 2014
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Wild Cub made their television debut last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with a performance of “Thunder Clatter,” the breakout single from the group's debut album, Youth.

Though Youth was originally self-released by the band in 2013, it saw a wide re-release, expanded with bonus tracks, yesterday, Jan. 21, via Mom + Pop.

You may remember the Nashville, Tenn. group from our “Four Simple Words: Lollapalooza” feature last summer, and you'll once again be able to catch them on the festival circuit this year. Prior to their festival dates, Wild Cub will complete a U.S. tour with Hands. Here's the full routing:

Jan 23 – Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA ^
Jan 25 – Harlow's Restaurant and Nightclub – Sacramento, CA ^
Jan 27 – Bardot for “School Night” – Los Angeles, CA
Jan 29 – Bootleg Bar – Los Angeles, CA ^
Jan 30 – The Loft at UCSD – San Diego, CA ^
Feb 1 – Lamberts – Austin, TX ^
Feb 5 – Turf Club –  St Paul, MN ^
Feb 6 – Turner Hall – Milwaukee, WI ^
Feb 7 – Do317 Lounge – Indianapolis, IN
Feb 8 – Subterranean – Chicago, IL ^
Feb 10 – The Basement – Columbus, OH ^
Feb 11 – Magic Stick – Detroit, MI ^
Feb 13 – The Hollow – Albany, NY ^
Feb 14 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT ^
Feb 15 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA ^
Feb 17 – The Met – Providence, RI ^
Feb 18 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY ^
Feb 21 – Johnny Brenda's – Philadelphia, PA ^
March 2 – 3rd & Lindsley – Nashville, TN
April 25-27 – CounterPoint Music Festival – Atlanta, GA
May 16-18 – Hangout Festival – Gulf Shores, AL
June 19-22 – Firefly Music Festival – Dover, DE

^ with Hands

Written by Philip Obenschain

APTV Nashville Correspondent Born and raised on a steady diet of punk rock and DIY culture in Staunton, Virginia, and now residing in Nashville, Tennessee, Philip Obenschain has spent time as a touring artist, artist manager, and show promoter, and is currently involved in television production and music tech, outside of journalism. In addition to his work at Alt Press and APTV, Philip is the assistant editor at No Country For New Nashville.