Bloc Party Performs ‘Traps’ On ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’

Under the flashing red and blue lights of The Late Late Show with James Corden On stage, indie-rock band Bloc Party brought the heat with a performance of the popping alt-rock single “Traps”.

“It’s starting to go / Looks like a snack / Cute like Bambi / But you’re headed for a trap,” warned frontman Kele Okereke during the record’s loud chorus.

Led by Okereke, Bloc Party succeeded lead guitarist Russell Lissack, bassist Justin Harris and drummer Louise Bartle, the latter two forming the band’s newest additions. “Traps” was the lead single from the band’s long-awaited comeback album Alpha Games, released this year as their first permanent product since 2016.

This is the prominent statement on Game Alpha. When the song was released, Okereke shared, “From the moment we wrote ‘Traps,’ we knew it had to be the first thing people heard from this album. Play it on our final tour recordings before it ends and hear how it sounds in large rooms and outdoors.”

“Traps” was followed by “Sex Magik” and “The Girls are Fighting” before its full release Game Alpha back in April. The 12-track album was produced by Nick Launay and Adam Greenspan. Bloc Party Performs ‘Traps’ On ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’

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