After being introduced by The Late Late Show host, James Corden, Price and Van Etten launched into the moody, drawn-in opening verse, before her six-piece band joined her for the emphatic chorus.
Van Etten also appears on the studio version of ‘Radio’, and given the alternative singer-songwriter's long-time friendship with Price, their duet on The Late Late Show served as a special moment for fans.
Margo Price released Strays in mid-January, and it immediately leapt to the top of the UK Americana Albums chart.
The acclaimed, psychedelic record has so far spawned the singles ‘Been to the Mountain’, ‘Change of Heat’, ‘Lydia’ and most recently, ‘Radio’.
The euphoric, freeing spirit that underpins ‘Radio’ was captured by Price and Van Etten with their performance on The Late Late Show, with both artists producing flawless harmonies as they delivered the anthemic hook (“I can't hear them, I tuned them out / And I turned them way down low / The only thing I have on is the radio”).
Price's burgeoning fanbase will be excited to see that her latest releases have been piquing the interest of TV music supervisors, and her performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden will have no doubt exposed her to new swathes of listeners.
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