- 10 Mar 21
The Irish band are set to perform on the US talk show next week.
Two months after Pillow Queens made a splash Stateside with a performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Picture This are set to make an appearance on the hugely popular US talk show – performing their latest single 'Things Are Different' on Monday, March 15.
The performance will also be broadcast in the UK and Ireland on March 16 on Sky Comedy, and will be available on Sky on Demand and Now TV.
Since its release last month, 'Things Are Different' has already amassed over 1.9 million global streams – and is the band’s eighth Top 20 hit. It was co-produced by Grammy Award-winning producers The Monsters & Strangerz [Justin Bieber, Halsey], German [Camilla Cabello, Liam Payne], and Picture This, and is the first single to be taken from the bands forthcoming third studio album, set to be released later this year.
“‘Things Are Different’ is a song that I may never have written if it wasn’t for the chaos that was going on in the world around me," Ryan Hennessy says of the single. "Normally I write love songs about people who have been in my life and who I have been in relationships with and this too is a love song. However, this time it is a love song to the world.
"A lot of things are different in the world we live in right now but what will never change no matter what the circumstances are our morals, our passions, our beliefs and who we are as people," he continues. "We now as a civilisation have to pick up where we left off and step into a new world with love and compassion in our hearts, both for ourselves and for those around us.”
Picture This have become one of Ireland's most remarkable musical success stories – amassing nearly 300 million total streams and selling out stadiums.
Previous musical guests on The Late Late Show with James Corden include Adele, Justin Bieber, Kings of Leon, Coldplay, Stevie Wonder, Mariah Carey, Niall Horan, Billie Eilish and Pillow Queens.
Ahead of Picture This' performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, watch their performance of 'Things Are Different' at the INEC Arena below: