Watch Surfer Blood on NBC's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (Video)

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We here at Crossfade provided plenty of advance warning that West Palm fuzz rockers Surfer Blood would be jamming out to "Miranda," a single off last year's Tarot Classics EP, during last night's episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

But maybe you came down with a real nasty case of the Mondays, passed out at 12:34 a.m. on your fave J.P. Pitts poster, and totally forgot to pre-program your DVR for the Blood boys' late-night romp around studio 6B at 30 Rock?

That's cool ... 'Cause Crossfade (and the internet) have got all y'all Surfer Blood superfans covered. Just check the cut for a video of "Miranda" on Fallon.

Visit latenightwithjimmyfallon.com to watch the full episode.

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