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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Show ‘Jimmy Fallon’ Why They’re ‘So Good At Being In Trouble’

Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s aptly titled second album, ‘II,’ dropped earlier this month, and last night (Feb. 25), the band made its U.S. network TV debut, running through the ‘II’ track ‘So Good At Being In Trouble’ on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ with the confidence of a band that’s been rocking late night TV for years.

The band also put out a fantastically creepy, Danny Perez-directed video for ‘So Good At Being In Trouble’ earlier this month that stars none other than actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse (best known as McLovin from ‘Superbad’). Check out that clip here.

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