WATCH: Sleater Kinney perform ‘Bury Our Friends’ on Colbert

Sleater-Kinney have finished off 2015 on a high note, with a rousing performance of Bury Our Friends on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

The punk band, consisting of Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss, tore through the bluesy cut from their acclaimed 2014 release No Cities To Love. Watch below.

The appearance comes at the back end of a five-date US tour, capping off a stellar year for the best comeback band of 2015.

Sleater-Kinney have had an incredible 2015. The release of their long-awaited album No Cities To Love (their first in more than a decade) has earned them a place in every respected end-of-year best-of lists. They’ve also been busy covering punk rock Christmas tunes and the B-52s, plus taken the album on a world tour, including sets at both the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago and the Corona Capital Festival in Mexico.

On top of this, guitarist Carrie Brownstein has released her memoir Hunger Makes Me A Modern Woman, and she’s been juggling a book tour alongside the Sleater-Kinney shows.

For those of us unable to have made the trip across the globe to catch them either on tour or on a TV set, the band are set to play Australian shores in March, headlining the Golden Plains Festival as well as performing a string of their own headline dates. See below:

Sleater-Kinney Australian Tour Dates

Fri March 4: HQ, Adelaide
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Sat March 5: The Triffid, Brisbane
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Sun March 6: Sydney Opera House, Sydney
Tickets on sale Friday Oct 30 –

Wed March 9: The Croxton, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Thurs March 10: The Croxton, Melbourne (SOLD OUT)