Tash Sultana is currently in the middle of a US tour which has seen her sell out every single date, in addition to appearing at big-name festivals such as Austin City Limits, proving that Americans just can’t get enough of good ol’ Aussie talent. However, the extremely versatile muso has also added another notch to her belt, hitting up late-night talk show Late Night With Seth Meyers to perform the huge single ‘Jungle’.

Appearing on the Monday night episode of the program alongside US media personality and former NFL player Michael Strahan, and actor Justin Hartley, Tash Sultana was clearly in good company. Sadly, she wasn’t able to sit down and get interviewed by host Seth Meyers, but rather was given the opportunity to close out the show with her profound musical talent.

“Tonight’s musical guest is a talented singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, currently headlining a sold-out North American tour,” began the charismatic Seth Meyers. “Making her US television debut, performing ‘Jungle’, please welcome Tash Sultana.”

As expected, Tash Sultana’s phenomenal performance was met with rapturous applause by the audience, who are now obviously newly-converted fans of the future Aussie legend.

In related news, Tash Sultana spoke to triple j’s Ben and Liam this morning, stating that she’s planning to take a small hiatus after her upcoming Aussie tour. “I do this run and then the Aussie run and then I’m going to go on a little bit of a hiatus and do some different kind of stuff. I think it’s time – it’s been two years now,” she said.

Of course, Tash Sultana was quick to assuage the fears of fans, reassuring us that there’s still a debut album on the way, along with a performance at next year’s Bluesfest. “It’s coming along,” she said. “It’s been busting my balls but it’s getting there.”

Check out Tash Sultana’s performance of ‘Jungle’ on Late Night With Seth Meyers, alongside upcoming Aussie tour dates, below.

Tash Sultana Aussie Tour

Tickets on sale now via Secret Sounds

w/ Pierce Brothers and Willow Beats

Saturday November 4
THIS THAT Festival
Wickham Park Hotel, Newcastle, NSW

Saturday November 18
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide SA

Saturday November 25
Spilt Milk Festival
Commonwealth Park, Canberra, ACT

Friday December 1
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney NSW

Saturday December 2
VanFest
Forbes Showgrounds, Forbes, NSW

Thursday December 7
Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA

Friday December 8
Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA

Saturday December 9
3 Oceans Winery, Margaret River WA

Thursday December 14
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne VIC

Saturday December 16
Noosa AFL Grounds, Noosa QLD

Sunday April 1st, 2018
Bluesfest
Byron Bay, NSW