Yesterday (May 2) on CBS This Morning, Brooklyn indie conglomerate San Fermin brought their infectious baroque pop to the morning television stage to perform three of their songs in support of their latest record, Jackrabbit. Check out their spectacle of a performance of the album's title track above.

The band, which incorporates a whole slew of different sounds and instruments, also performed tracks "Emily" and "Parasites"  -- you can watch both of those recaps below. Their intriguing live presence shines through even in a studio setting, with Charlene Kaye -- and all of the other members for that matter -- gallivanting around the stage during each of the songs.

San Fermin's dismal yet inspiring Jackrabbit is out now on Downtown Records/Sony RED. In a recent interview with The Independent, the band's mastermind Ellis Ludwig-Leone stated, "I was in a destructive place for part of writing this record and I tried to utilize that to get more from the songs. They don’t sit the listener down gently." Pick up the record and take a listen for yourself.

San Fermin Perform "Emily" on 'CBS This Morning'

San Fermin Perform "Parasites"