Fresh off a Grammy nomination for their latest album CurrentsTame Impala do a victory lap of sorts in a new live performance of lead track and single “Let It Happen.”

A barefoot Kevin Parker and company play the eight-minute, multi-part epic in front of La Géode, a giant mirrored dome in Paris. The video was filmed as the latest installment in the ongoing Deezer Sessions series. Check it out up above.

Tame Impala received a Grammy nod for Best Alternative Album. They're up against Alabama Shakes' Sound & Color, Björk's Vulnicura, My Morning Jacket's The Waterfall and Wilco's Star Wars.

Currents landed back in July, a follow-up to 2012’s Lonerism. The Australian psych-rockers also shared a music video for “Let It Happen,” which -- in a move completely counter to the song’s keen ability to wash over the listener with utter peace -- compiles just about every nerve-wracking anxiety out there (watch below).

Tame Impala’s tour continues in the Netherlands at the end of January. From there, they have stops scheduled in Europe, the U.K. and South America. See an itinerary at the band’s website.

Tame Impala, "Let It Happen" -- Official Music Video