Watch Nine Inch Nails' Dimly Lit And Creepy Performance On 'Twin Peaks' Trent Reznor and crew are the latest band to play the "roadhouse" on Twin Peaks. In the TV show's most caustic performance, yet, the band howls through "She's Gone Away."
YouTube

All Songs TV

Watch Nine Inch Nails' Dimly Lit And Creepy Performance On 'Twin Peaks'

Introduced as "The Nine Inch Nails" by a tuxedo'd man standing in front of a pinecone'd microphone, Trent Reznor and crew (including Mariqueen Maandig, his wife and vocalist for How To Destroy Angels) are the latest band to play the "roadhouse" on Twin Peaks. In the TV show's most caustic performance, yet, the band howls through "She's Gone Away" from the Not the Actual Events EP.

Reznor and David Lynch have a long history together. They worked on the Lost Highway soundtrack, and Lynch directed a video for Nine Inch Nails' "Come Back Haunted." The band's Bang Bang Bar performance is a fitting reunion for these dwellers of darkness and their creepy, deeply unsettling art.

[+] read more[-] less

More From All Songs TV

Andrew Bird Courtesy of the artist hide caption

toggle caption Courtesy of the artist

First Watch: Andrew Bird Is Bloodless

Andrew Bird sings, "it's an uncivil war bloodless for now / and the poets they explode like bombs." Watch Andrew Bird peer into our distracted culture precisely when it needs our attention.

JS Ondara's debut album Tales of America is out Feb. 1 on Verve Forecast. Josh Cheuse/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

toggle caption Josh Cheuse/Courtesy of the artist

The 'American Dream' Through The Kenyan Eyes Of J.S. Ondara

J.S. Ondara's "American Dream" video follows a delusional man on his journey to purchase a weapon.

Steve Hassett and Zoe Randell of Luluc Charlotte de Mezamat/Courtesy of the artistr hide caption

toggle caption Charlotte de Mezamat/Courtesy of the artistr

Luluc's 'Kids' Is An Ode To Restless Youth

The Australian duo's video and song, "Kids," is an anthem for teens trying to find their place in the world.

Rising Appalachia Chad Hess/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

toggle caption Chad Hess/Courtesy of the Artist

Rising Appalachia Write A 'Resilient' Anthem

The sister duo's song and dance-filled video is an uplifting and life-affirming ballad for challenging times.

Back To Top