Orange County rockers Lit have been invited to perform their new single, Looks Like They Were Right on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Thursday, June 17. This will be the fourth time Lit has performed on the show and will mark the national tv debut of the new single. In addition, the band will make a return visit to Last Call with Carson Daly on Tuesday, July 6 and ESPN's Cold Pizza show on Wednesday, July 7. Looks Like They Were Right was one of the most added songs at rock radio this week including such major stations as WHFS in Washington DC, KNRK in Portland and KTCL in Denver among many others. The video for Looks Like They Were Right was recently shot in Los Angeles by director Nathan Cox (Linkin Park, Static X, Chevelle) and features the band in a hard-rocking performance with a tribute to rock-and-roll history. Looks Like They Were Right is the first single off the bands self-titled album which will be released on June 22. The first 100,000 units of Lit will include a free, limited edition DVD that features never-before-seen live footage and other exclusive material of the band. Before embarking on a summer long nationwide tour the band will be performing at the following festivals. 05/15 - Fender Museum Show/Corona, CA 05/22 - WHFS/Washington DC (w/ Cure, Yellowcard and Yeah Yeah Yeahs) 05/28 - Barracudas/Portland, OR (w/ Goldfinger opening) 06/09 - Los Angeles, CA - secret show - details TBA 06/18 - KJEE Festival/Santa Barbara, CA (w/ 311 and The Ataris)
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