Jeff, Spencer Tweedy play Sukierae songs on Colbert

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Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and son Spencer took to “The Colbert Report” on Monday night to talk their cleverly named group, Tweedy, and play a few songs from their debut album, Sukierae.

They also sat down, in dueling denim, for a quick interview with Colbert:

Tweedy —the band and the people —played “Low Key”, a very Wilcoesque effort, on the show with a full backing group:The Tweedys also broke out “World Away” in a Web exclusive —no, you didn’t miss it if you were watching last night:NPR is streaming the album in it’s entirety if you haven’t heard it yet.

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