As reported earlier, Yoko Ono was set to perform on the Late Night show with David Letterman. And joining her would be familiar collaborators The Flaming Lips. Last night, they performed “Cheshire Cat Cry” from her new album. The performance was a boisterous performance by the iconic songwriter and the band. Her cries of "Stop the violence, stop the war" really resonates with what has been happening around the globe the last few decades. And next to her Wayne Coyne added additional effects through a megaphone making Ono’s cry even more efficacious.
The new track comes off Yoko Ono's new album Take Me To The Land Of Hell. The album is available now.
Watch the live television performance below:
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