Watch Rina Sawayama perform ‘This Hell’ on ‘The Tonight Show’

Rina Sawwayama performed her latest single ‘This Hell’ on a recent episode of Tonight’s Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

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The British-Japanese singer appeared on the show last night (May 19) to perform the song from the upcoming album ‘Hold The Girl’. The single was released earlier in the week, and was described by Sawaya in a press release as “an exhilarating, tongue-in-cheek pop country song”.

Her staging for Tonight’s show stays true to the country theme, complete with hay bales, cowboy boots and street dancing. See it below.

‘Hold The Girl’ is scheduled to release on September 2nd through Dirty Hit. It will mark Sawwayama’s first album since her 2020 debut, ‘SAWAYAMA’, NME was described as a “deeply personal portrait that squanders genre limitations” in a five-star review.

She’s released several singles since, putting out a remake of ‘Chosen Family’ from her debut album with Elton John, a cover of Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’ for ‘The Metallica Blacklist’,’ Beg For You’ with Charli XCX from the later album ‘CRASH’ and ‘Follow Me’ with Brazilian drag queen Pablo Vittar.

Sawaya – who won Grolsch-supported Best Live Director at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 – will tour the UK in October this year. She will begin the show in Glasgow on Wednesday the 12th, before finishing in London on Wednesday the 26th.

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Emma James

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