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Incubus Perform on Kimmel Ahead of Morning View Tour

Iconic rock band Incubus gave fans a thrilling sneak peek into their highly anticipated “Morning View” tour with a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday. They played their 2001 hit “Wish You Were Here,” a nostalgic throwback that resonates deeply with their fans, who have followed the band since the early 2000s. Watch the performance below.

This performance comes ahead of Incubus’ re-release of their critically acclaimed 2001 album Morning View. To commemorate over two decades since the album’s original release, the band has re-recorded the entire album, calling this fresh version Morning View XVIII. Fans can look forward to its release on May 10.

The band will then hit the road, kicking off their tour on August 23, and playing the entire Morning View album live. It’s an exciting opportunity for fans to hear classics like “Nice to Know You,” “Warning,” and “Wish You Were Here,” as well as deeper tracks, all with a fresh take. Learn more about the tour here. 

A New Take on a Beloved Album

The decision to revisit Morning View is a special treat for long-time listeners. Re-recording the album provides nostalgia and novelty, capturing the original’s raw energy while offering a new sonic experience.

Reflecting on Incubus’ Best Work

Opinions vary on which Incubus album is the best, given the band’s diverse discography. Some fans prefer the edgier, funk-infused S.C.I.E.N.C.E., while others gravitate towards the catchy melodies of Make Yourself or the ethereal tones of A Crow Left of the Murder. Morning View often tops lists due to its blend of dreamy ambiance and catchy rock hooks.

Your Favorites from Morning View

Many listeners have their favorite tracks from Morning View. Popular picks include “Nice to Know You,” with its driving rhythm and introspective lyrics, “Warning,” an urgent wake-up call, and “Wish You Were Here,” a dreamy celebration of the present moment. What’s your favorite track from the album?

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