It's been 18 years since the four original members of Veruca Salt performed together. Last night, they got together for the first time in nearly two decades to perform on 'Conan.'

The original quartet that formed in Chicago in the '90s recently reunited. While the band has continued on in one form or another since 'Seether' made it stars back in 1994, singer and guitarist Nina Gordon left in 1998 and drummer Jim Shapiro left the year before.

The band released a new song, 'The Museum of Broken Relationships,' on Record Store Day this year, and is now working on a new album. They performed that track and their classic 'Seether' on 'Conan.' You can watch the latter above.

They're also offering a free download of the new song on their website.

Veruca Salt are also working on a new album and will hit the road next month for a month-long tour. You can see their complete list of dates below.

Veruca Salt 2014 Tour

6/22 -- Portland, OR -- Mississippi Studios
6/23 -- Seattle, WA -- The Tractor Tavern
6/24 -- Vancouver, BC -- Biltmore Cabaret
6/26 -- San Francisco, CA -- The Independent
6/27 -- Los Angeles, CA -- The Roxy
7/9 -- Minneapolis, MN -- Varsity Theater
7/10 -- Milwaukee, WI -- Turner Hall Ballroom
7/11 -- Cincinnati, OH -- Bunbury Music Festival
7/12 -- Chicago, IL -- Lincoln Hall
7/13 -- St. Louis, MO -- Firebird
7/21 -- Washington, DC -- Black Cat
7/22 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Theatre of Living Arts
7/24 -- New York, NY -- Bowery Ballroom
7/25 -- Brooklyn, NY -- Music Hall of Williamsburg
7/26 -- Boston, MA -- Brighton Music Hall

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