Last night (Sept. 28), FIDLAR made their television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where they delivered “West Coast,” a cut from their newly minted sophomore effort, Too.

The Los Angeles garage-punks were led by a vexed-looking Zac Carper moaning the plight of a school dropout who embarks on a drug- and booze-fueled road trip. Carper took the band's moment in the spotlight to give his mom a shoutout by way of a message scrawled on his cheek but later wiped it off in the midst of expressing the song's distinctly suburban woes. Check out the performance in the video at the top.

Too arrived earlier this month via Mom + Pop following FIDLAR’s 2013 self-titled debut. Previously, the band shared music videos for “West Coast” and “40oz on Repeat.”

FIDLAR are currently on tour, which picks up tonight at Cat’s Cradle in Raleigh, N.C. The U.S. portion wraps up with five stops in California -- including a two-night run at the Regent Theatre in L.A. -- before they head to the U.K. for a string of dates. Check out a complete itinerary and ticket information at the band’s website.

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