Check out Passion Pit's performance of "Constant Conversations" on the Late Show with David Letterman.

Just over a year after the release of Passion Pit's triumphant sophomore album Gossamer, the band hit the stage at the renowned Ed Sullivan Theatre to perform songs from Gossamer and the band's debut album Manners for Live on Letterman:  Additionally, Passion Pit performed the critically received track "Constant Conversations" on the Late Show with David Letterman:

The band is currently in the midst of their fall headline tour.  This weekend they'll return to New York City to play to over 10,000 fans at the newly opened Pier 26.  Earlier this year the band performed to 13,000 fans at a sold-out headline performance at Madison Square Garden. 

Picked by Relix Magazine as one of their "Summer Stars" on the festival circuit, Passion Pit returned to Bonnaroo for a second time, where they played what Billboard exclaimed was a "show-stopping performance of "Take a Walk," with the audience belting the titular lyrics along to the chorus."  Washington Times raved that "Passion Pit is the personification of pop music."  A year after its release, Gossamer has yielded a gold single in "Take A Walk," while the band has fulfilled a dream in selling out a headline show at Madison Square Garden, performed on Saturday Night Live and continued touring in the largest venues of their career.  Passion Pit is the studio project of Michael Angelakos, and is joined onstage by Ian Hultquist, Jeff Apruzzese, Xander Singh, and Chris Hartz.
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