Kings of Leon returned to the music scene this week with their latest album, 'WALLS', and the opening track to the record was performed last night (October 14) on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
'Waste A Moment' is just one of the songs from the collection, which were recorded in Los Angeles with producer Markus Dravs.
As the group's seventh studio album, the LP serves as the follow-up to 2013 album 'Mechanical Bull', and sees the foursome enter what they call the 'mainstream' whilst still eager to maintain their own distinctive sound.
Speaking in an interview before the album release, band member Caleb Followill commented: "We're trying to change people's perception of [us].
"We have more depth on this album and more situations where we dipped our toe in before but never committed. Now we're wanting to dive in. I know this is a pop-driven world and what we do isn't necessarily at the top of the heap of music that people are listening to, but I feel like once people discover this album, it's going to change them."
More recently, Followill told NME: "If there was a movie made of our lives, in the last few years we had a lot of edge. Those are the moments in the movie that you'd wanna watch!
"What we were doing early on was storybook, classic, what a band should be; the drugs and the booze and the girls. Now we consider what we're doing a little more and if that's losing your edge… Maybe, I dunno.
"When you look at the bands that still had their edge, most of them, their music is s**t so it doesn't f**king matter about the edge."
Kings of Leon will return to the touring circuit at the beginning of 2017, kicking things off with the first leg of a North American tour in January.