The Heavy Play The Late Show With David Letterman TONIGHT

Photo: Will Cooper-Mitchell

The boys from Noid, England have been busy since landing Stateside just a week ago. The Heavy played four rambunctious shows this past week, including two as support for the HotRats -- Gaz Coombes and Danny Goffey from Supergrass� side project -- and two packed headlining gigs in NY and Philly.

In addition to their live concerts, The Heavy took over the World Wide Web this past week. If you missed their performances the first time, check out The Heavy on WNYC, MTV Iggy, VIMBY, Shockhound, and LP33 TV. The band also performed live on WFUV.

What's more, The Heavy's 'Sixteen' was just featured as NPR's Song Of The Day, check it out here.

Had that been all the band accomplished this week, that would be a feat, but no, The Heavy are not done yet. To top off their trip to the States, they're going out with a bang and are landing on US telly nationwide tonight on The Late Show with David Letterman (Monday, January 18, 2010, 11:35pm ET/PT on CBS). The Heavy will perform the US television debut of their single "How You Like Me Now?", off the band's sophomore album, The House That Dirt Built, out now on Counter/+1 Records. The performance will feature special guests The Dap Kings on horns.

The Heavy now has an iPhone App that is chock-full of all things heavy, get it here for free: US, UK, and CAN.