Justin Bieber’s first-ever Tiny Desk performance is also the world’s first time hearing his latest song, Peaches.
The 27-year-old pop star decided to make the most out of his first stint in NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts by debuting his latest track, ‘Peaches,’ which will also be part of his upcoming latest album ‘Justice’ set to drop March 19th.
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Backed up by the group named ‘We the Band,’ Bieber took fans to a series of stripped-down musical treats, starting off with his 2020 smash hit ‘Holy,’ followed by Peaches. He also performed the recently launched ‘Hold On,’ before graciously ending the set with his rendition of ‘Anyone’ like you’ve never heard it before.
The singer revealed in the video caption that we’ll get to experience ‘Peaches’ in its recorded version once the album drops Friday. It will feature GRAMMY nominee GIVEŌN and ‘Best Part’ hitmaker Daniel Caesar. He adds that whatever spectacle awaits fans in his Tiny Desk set is merely 25 percent of what’s to come when his album finally launches.
Watch Justin Bieber’s full Tiny Desk Concert below!
Tiny Desk Concerts are a series of live performances hosted by NPR Music, a project by National Public Radio dedicated to music discovery. The first Tiny Desk Concert happened in 2008, thanks to a certain someone jokingly suggesting folk-singer Laura Gibson perform her songs at Bob Bolien’s desk instead of a noisy, crowded bar. Recently renamed Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts, it has provided music artists an alternative and unique space to record live performances, considering how the global pandemic still prohibits them from going on full-blown live tours.
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