The Smashing Pumpkins were the featured guest on Tuesday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where they performed the title track to their new album Cyr. Released last weekCyr is the second full-length studio effort from the mostly-reunited lineup of Billy CorganJames Iha, and Jimmy Chamberlin, following 2018’s Shiny and Oh So Bright Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun.

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As the album’s title track, “Cyr” acts as a beacon for what’s to come on the group’s 11th album by ringing out as an aggressively-modern industrial pop nightmare. The song also lends itself thematically to the nature of the band’s remote late-night performance, as Corgan wrote the song in response to the pent-up feelings of isolation brought on by quarantine.

“Cyr” presents the band shouting out to the rest of the world, confirming that—yes—they still do exist. Upon the song’s initial release, Corgan characterized it by saying, “To me it stands as both hopeful and dismissive of what is and isn’t possible with faith.”

Watch The Smashing Pumpkins perform “Cyr” on Fallon.

The Smashing Pumpkins – “Cyr”

[Video: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon]

Even with the 20-track, double album off the docket, The Smashing Pumpkins still have plenty to keep them busy. Back in October Corgan announced that the band intends to record a sequel to 2000’s Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness, as well as mount a theatrical 25th-anniversary tour behind the album once such a feat is possible. The band’s principal songwriter also stated that Cyr is merely part two of a three-album cycle that began with Shiny And Oh So Bright Vol. 1/LP: No Past. No Present. No Future. which will conclude with a third album released at a later date.