Flight of the Conchords Share Fan Favourite 'Carol Brown (Live)' From Upcoming Album
Live in London will be available on 2xCD/3xLP/DL/CS worldwide via Sub Pop on March 8th, 2019. This past October and ten years after the launch of their hit HBO series, musical comedians Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement returned to the network for an all-new comedy special. Live in London was taped before a live audience at the Eventim Apollo and features the Conchords performing new songs from the sold-out UK and Ireland edition of "Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords Tour."
You can now hear Flight of the Conchords' live version of fan favourite "Carol Brown" from Live in London, their forthcoming album. The song first appeared in the "Unnatural Love" episode of their hit HBO series and is also available in its original form on I Told You I Was Freaky, the duo's second studio album on Sub Pop.
The Live in London album features 7 new songs including "Iain and Deanna," "Father and Son," "Summer of 1353," "Stana," "Seagull," "Back on the Road," and "Bus Driver." The album also features performances of fan favourites "Inner City Pressure," "Bowie," "Foux du Fafa," "Mutha'uckas - Hurt Feelings," "Robots," "Carol Brown" and "The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room)" (the latter two bonus tracks edited out of the broadcast due to time constraints).
New Zealanders McKenzie and Clement debuted on HBO in 2005 in an edition of the comedy series "One-Night Stand," returning to the network in 2007 for the debut season of their acclaimed, Emmy-nominated series "Flight of the Conchords," which followed fictionalised versions of their lives in New York City. The duo also signed a worldwide deal with Sub Pop Records for their recorded music, going on to release the Grammy-winning EP, The Distant Future in 2007, followed by two full-length albums - their self-titled debut in 2008, and I Told You I Was Freaky in 2009.
The Conchords have also enjoyed individual success. Clement's film credits include the "Rio" movies, "Men in Black 3," "What We Do in the Shadows" and "The BFG," and he's also been seen in his role in FX's "Legion." McKenzie was the music supervisor for "The Muppets," which won him an Academy Award® for Best Original Song for "Man or Muppet," and "Muppets Most Wanted."
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