Buzz Bites (3/22/12): Watch The Wanted (And Fans) Perform On 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno'

The Wanted invites fans onstage for the 'Tonight Show' performance.

+ Watch and try to hear over the deafening screams as The Wanted live up to their name while they perform "Glad You Came" on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno." It culminates in a female stage swarm and sing-along, AND an invite to Vegas. (Idolator)

+ In other (hot) boy band news, One Direction have announced their tour dates, which kick off in Fairfax, Virginia, on May 24 and announced U.S. dates thus far go through July 1 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. (MTV News)

+ Tech N9ne's Klusterfuk EP is the No. 1 independent album in the United States. The rapper said in an interview he was surprised as he recorded it in a few days and hadn't promoted it: "[To] have it be the No. 1 indie album in the country... My fans are loyal and I love them for that." (AllHipHop)

+ Tegan and Sara are recording their seventh album, the follow-up to Sainthood. The sisters are working with three producers and say they're pushing themselves for a new sound. "We strive to keep things fresh and exciting with each record," says Tegan. (Amp)

+ Check out the Clams Casino remix of Florence + The Machine's "Never Let Me Go." It rules. (Idolator)

+ Watch an hour-long Shins concert, which was recorded during "Late Show With David Letterman" as a webcast in addition to their TV appearance. They treated the audience to old and new material. Port of Morrow was released Tuesday. (Pitchfork)

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