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Tame Impala just shared videos from their Monday night performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and the set was an audio-visual feast.

Lead by Kevin Parker, the band performed tracks “Lost in Yesterday” and “Breathe Deeper" from the new album, The Slow Rush, which dropped on Valentine's Day. And, as the videos below prove, the project is a gift that keeps on giving.

The band’s performance wasn’t short on the visuals, too — the set featured a kaleidoscopic light show worthy of any psychedelic-rock band.

Watch both videos below and then head here to read our recent interview with Parker.

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