The set looked a little chilly.

By Hayden Wright

Yesterday was a warm spring day in Los Angeles, but Linkin Park brought a snowier aesthetic to The Late Late Show. The band stopped by James Corden’s set to perform “Invisible” from their seventh studio album One More Light. During the performance, stage snowflakes began falling from the rafters. They may not have turned the studio into a winter wonderland, but the effect was pretty cool.

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“Invisible” hasn’t been released as a single but One More Light debuted atop the Billboard 200 album chart in May. The band is set to perform tomorrow night in Austria during the European leg of their tour, which touches down stateside on July 27.

Watch Linkin Park’s Late Late Show performance here:

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