Get Moved by the Spirit of Little Big Town’s Performance of “Rollin’” on “Jimmy Fallon” + Watch Them Play a Game of Musical Beers

February 24 is finally here, which means the release of Little Big Town’s new album, The Breaker, as well as the date they kick off their residency at the Ryman Auditorium—and the quartet didn’t waste a moment’s celebration as they stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to get the late-night party started last night. And party they did.

Before their performance, LBT’s Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook and Phillip Sweet took part in a game of Musical Beers with host Jimmy and actors Susan Sarandon and Elijah Wood. The game, a twist on Musical Chairs, pits players against each other as they circle a table and try to grab—and drink—a cup of beer after the music stops. One by one, players are eliminated. And wouldn’t you know it, one of LBT’s members wins the whole thing, but we won’t spoil it for you. Watch the guys and girls get competitive below.

And now on to the performance.

With Jimi Westbrook singing lead, LBT debuted their rockin’ revival-esque tune, “Rollin’,” which should serve the group well when they perform at the Mother Church of Country Music tonight. “Rollin’,” which was written by Jimi, Phillip Sweet and Natalie Hemby, is featured on The Breaker, which is available now.

Get moved by the spirit in LBT’s performance below.

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