California rockers Dead Sara performed their hit rock single ‘Weatherman’ and the song ‘Sorry for It All’ off their self-titled debut album on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ last night (June 7), and the up-and-coming band showed why they're among the best new rock acts around.

If you didn't catch Dead Sara live while they were on the road with the Used or Chevelle earlier this year, their performance last night displayed the kind of force and command you can expect from them.

During their performance of ‘Weatherman,’ the entire band brought the house down. Frontwoman Emily Armstrong destroyed the Kimmel stage with an unbelievably energetic performance. Watch out at the 3 minute, 30 second mark as Armstrong climbs onto an amp and jumpsoff while belting out the line “Go for the kill!”

The group also performed their melodic yet hard-hitting track ‘Sorry For It All’ during the closing credits. Their stage charisma invokes a mix the psychedelic vigor and soul of energetic 1970s performances and the grungy sound of the '90s. Check out Dead Sara's performances of 'Weatherman' and ‘Sorry for It All’ below.

Watching these videos of the band performing on ’Jimmy Kimmel Live’ just may convince you to catch Dead Sara on Warped Tour this year; go here for a full list of dates. Stay tuned for our upcoming video interview with the very lively members of Dead Sara.

Watch Dead Sara Perform ‘Weatherman’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
Watch Dead Sara Perform ‘Sorry for It All’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’