Watch The Charlatans perform “’Let The Good Times Be Never Ending”’ on The Late Late Show With James Corden

The Charlatans Photo Credit: Libby Burke Wilde
Photo Credit: Libby Burke Wilde
The Charlatans Photo Credit: Libby Burke Wilde
Photo Credit: Libby Burke Wilde

The Charlatans launched their North American tour with a performance last night on the Late Late Show with James Corden. The band performed “Let The Good Times Be Never Ending” from their new album ‘Modern Nature’.

The North American run of dates kicks off at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin on Saturday, November 7th and wraps up in Mexico City at the Corona Capital City Festival on November 22nd. Portland’’s Eyelids will be supporting The Charlatans on the U.S. tour dates. The band features former and current members of Decemberists, Guided By Voices and Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks – here’s the complete tour dates:

Nov 07 Austin, TX @ Fun Fun Fun Fest *
Nov 09 Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Ballroom*
Nov 10 New York, NY @ Webster Hall*
Nov 12 Washington DC @ Howard*
Nov 13 Chicago, IL @ House of Blues*
Nov 15 Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda*
Nov 16 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency*
Nov 18 Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades*
Nov 19 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom*
Nov 22 Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital Festival
Dec 08 Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Dec 09 Cardiff, UK @ Tramshed
Dec 11 Norwich, UK @ UEA
Dec 12 Birmingham, UK @ Academy
Dec 14 Edinburgh, UK @ Usher Hall
Dec 15 Dundee, UK @ Card Hall
Dec 17 Newcastle, UK @ Academy
Dec 18 Liverpool, UK @ Academy
Dec 19 London, UK @ Brixton Academy
*w/ Eyelids supporting

The band released their twelfth studio album, ‘Modern Nature,’ in January to great reviews, some citing it as their best ever. Q described the album as “one the finest of their career”,” while the Guardian have called it “a triumph””. Their singles, “So Oh”, “Come Home Baby”, “and Let The Good Times” were well received at UK radio and all A-listed at BBC 6 Music. Following their sold out UK tour in March, the band were booked to appear on Later… With Jools Holland in April. The Charlatans are also nominated for best album and Tim Burgess for “Indie Hero” at The AIM Awards.