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Bloc Party return to ‘The Late Late Show’ to perform ‘Traps’

Bloc Party have made their return to The Late Late Show with James Corden, performing their 2021 single ‘Traps’ on the show. The performance, which aired on Tuesday night (May 24), marked the band’s third time appearing on the show. The Flight Attendant‘s Kaley Cuoco and Top Gun: Maverick actor Glen Powell were also guests on the evening’s taping. Bloc Party previously served as the show’s musical guests for episodes in 2015 and 2019, performing ‘The Love Within’ and ‘Banquet’ respectively. Watch the performance of ‘Traps’ below:
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When Rivers Meet at Nottingham Bodega Social Club

When Rivers Meet are a blues rock band based in Essex, consisting of husband and wife duo Grace and Aaron Bond. Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices. See a full list of When Rivers Meet events here. Official face value from £19.25. Resale tickets from £44.31....
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Watch Bloc Party Rock Out On James Corden

Last month, venerable Brit-rock institution Bloc Party returned with Alpha Games, their first new album in six years. The band’s whole sales pitch for this one is that they’re getting back into their Silent Alarm-era fighting shape. Last night, the band’s promo tour brought them to James Corden’s Late Late Show, where they banged out their Alpha Games single “Traps.”
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Bloc Party Pulls Out Alt-Rock Hit ‘Traps’ For ‘Corden’ Performance

Click here to read the full article. Under the flashing red and blue lights of The Late Late Show with James Corden stage, indie-rock band Bloc Party brought the heat with a performance of their popping alt-rock single “Traps.” “There you go-go /Looking like a snack /Cute like Bambi /But you’re headed to a trap,” frontman Kele Okereke warns in the record’s buzzing chorus. Led by Okereke, Bloc Party rounds itself out with lead guitarist Russell Lissack, bassist Justin Harris, and drummer Louise Bartle, the latter two members making up the band’s latest additions. “Traps” served as the lead single to the...
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