WATCH: Portugal. The Man Perform "Live In The Moment" with Drumline & Children's Choir on 'Colbert'

The band also explains the meaning behind its name!

February 21, 2018
Portugal. The Man

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Portugal. The Man gave the audience at The Late Show With Stephen Colbert an amazing performance of their current Woodstock hit “Live in the Moment” last night (2/20).

Backed by a drumline and children’s choir—The Brooklyn Steppers and the Ps22 Chorus, respectively—PTM’s song takes on a completely different sound, and it’s incredible. Watch below!

The band had some high praise for the kids who helped with their Colbert performance—read the touching message below:

From a GRAMMY win to the continued success of 2017’s Woodstock, Portugal. The Man have had a killer year, and we’re not even through with the second month of 2018. If you didn’t know their name before, you definitely do now.

And, in case you’re wondering just how the heck a name like Portugal. The Man became a thing, the guys explained it all in our exclusive interview below!

PTM’s current tour leg wraps at the close of the month, but touring will pick up again this spring, with dates including plenty of festivals this summer, from Coachella to Firefly.