8 October, 2015 - NME.com
Tame Impala performed on US television on Wednesday night (October 7), taking to Late Show With Stephen Colbert to play 'The Less I Know The Better' from recent album 'Currents'.
The band performed to a psychedelic and disco-inspired backdrop on the late-night show.
Florence + The Machine, Kendrick Lamar, Paul Simon and Dan Auerbach's The Arcs have all performed live on the show recently, with Colbert recently taking over from David Letterman as host.
Watch their performance below.
Meanwhile, the Southern District Court Of New York have dismissed claims that Tame Impala are owed over $450,000 (£295,000) in royalty payments.
The lawsuit filed by rights management organisation BMG first came to light in June. Steve Pavlovic, founder of Modular Recordings, was at the centre of the report for allegedly witholding royalty payments to the band.
Now, as reported by Stereogum, the case has been dismissed and Pavlovic has been cleared.
Responding to the news, Pavlovic commented: "I’m deeply sorry for any upset caused to Tame Impala given that I’ve always been a staunch supporter and fan of the band; and to BMG given the relationship we’ve always enjoyed with them.
"I also regret the heavy handed press coverage of this aspect of Modular’s affairs which was completely inaccurate and out of hand. However I hope that with Universal and Modular’s respective obligations to BMG on behalf of Tame Impala now resolved that a line can finally be drawn under this unfortunate chapter."
Tame Impala will play a handful of UK dates next year, with two shows at London's Alexandra Palace and one at the Manchester Arena.
Manchester Arena (February 11)
London Alexandra Palace (12, 13)