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Phosphorescent Plays ‘Fallon,’ Does ‘Song for Zula’ With Springsteen-Like Charisma

Phosphorescent’s Matthew Houck is getting some well-deserved attention for his stellar new album, ‘Muchacho,’ and last night, he swung by ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ to perform its first single, ‘Song For Zula,’ with quite a crew of musicians in tow. Backed by two synth players, a bassist, a pair of percussionists and a three-person string section, Houck floated through ‘Song For Zula’ with the charisma and confidence of a laid-back Bruce Sprinsgsteen headlining his fifth night at MSG — and he sounded more than a bit like the Boss, too. Check it out above.

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