Tonight, Wednesday, January 20th  – Switchfoot will perform LIVE on
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Catch their performance of “Mess Of Me,” the first single off their critically acclaimed release, Hello Hurricane. Switchfoot

“The group added some heft to its super catchy alternative rock…”Mess of Me”- a song about fighting one’s inner demons- is a stop-start rocker that kicks off with a serrated guitar scrawl…”
-Rolling Stone

“On their seventh album, Switchfoot set the mood with U2-esque shimmer (“Needle and Haystack Life”), fuzzed out rockers that would make Dave Grohl green with envy… “
-Alternative Press

Upcoming Tour Dates:
02.15.10 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
02.16.10 – Chicago, IL – House of Blues
02.18.10 – San Antonio, TX – Tri- Point
02.19.10 – Houston, TX – Arena Theatre
02.20.10 – Lubbock, TX – Lubbock Memorial Civic Center
02.21.10 – Abilene, TX – Abilene Civic Center
02.25.10 – Colorado Springs, CO – Ogden Theatre
02.26.10 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre

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