Japanese Breakfast Dish up ‘Paprika’ on ‘Kimmel’: Watch


Critics and music fans are feasting on Japanese Breakfast right now.

Led by Korean-American musician and author Michelle Zauner, the indie pop outfit dropped the LP Jubilee on June 4.

On Wednesday night (July 7), Japanese Breakfast introduced themselves to late-night TV audiences with a timeless performance of Jubilee track “Paprika.”

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Beaming in from the Sellersville Theater in Pennsylvania, Zauner lit up the room in a flamboyant white dress that could’ve be owned by a long-passed member of royalty.

As previously reported, Japanese Breakfast will provide the soundtrack to the film based on Zauner’s New York Times bestseller Crying in H Mart.

Watch the performance of “Paprika” below.



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