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Calvin Harris, Disciples, Ina Wroldsen Perform 'How Deep is Your Love' On 'Fallon'

by Ryan Middleton   Dec 14, 2015 16:11 PM EST

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Calvin Harris made his U.S. television debut on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon with Disciples and uncredited, but now growing in popularity vocalist Ina Wroldsen to perform their single "How Deep Is Your Love."

This is also the first time Disciples and Ina Wroldsen have also taken the stage on a U.S. late night talk show.

Fallon introduces primarily Harris with his 35 million singles sold and many awards to his name, promising that there will be lasers for the performance. He does not lie at all, as the camera pans over to the stage where the three acts are ready to kick off their performance.

The performance focuses primarily on Ina Wroldsen, who stands out in front of her producer, DJ comrades, who remain behind her shrouded in a wall of vertical blue, purple and green lasers. The four men have a variety of equipment in front of them to trigger and perform the song live - not just hit play on a CDJ and run around. Harris stands near two keyboards and plays the melodic elements live, while each member of Disciples take a component of the drums and ancillary sounds, including the distorted vocal cooing "How deep is love, can it go deeper?"

It is a simple, yet quality performance as Wroldsen sounds nearly as good as she does on the studio track and the lasers acknowledge the audience that this song was originally meant for, but don't go over the top with an awkward production that doesn't translate to the audience sitting at home.

Watch the performance below via NBC of this song that has remarkable legs on pop radio, despite not being a song written for the pop audience.

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