The title of the song is "Music Is Worth Living For," but if there were any lingering doubts, Andrew W.K. and his band assuaged them during an energetic performance last night (April 24) on Conan.

Decked out in his traditional white t-shirt and white jeans, W.K. was flanked by a massive band ready to bring the song to life. With a drummer, multiple guitarists and bassists, a keyboardist, a backing singer/dancer/headbanger and W.K. himself on vocals and keys, the group more than backed up the boast of the song's title. You can watch the performance in the player above.

"Music Is Worth Living For" is featured on the band's newly released album, You're Not Alone, which is available for purchase or streaming in the platform of your choosing here. W.K. recently released a video for the song that finds himself and his fellow bandmates in the midst of a "colossal vision quest." Check out the video here.

Having just played Conan, W.K. and his band will travel cross country to Jacksonville, Fla., this weekend for the Welcome to Rockville Festival. That performance kicks off a spring trek that includes a number of festival stops before wrapping May 27 at Rocklahoma. Even more touring will follow in Europe, with more U.S. dates coming in the fall. See all of his performance stops here.