Watch Post Malone and Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold Play New Song on SNL

“Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol” is the culmination of a years-long bromance. Malone also brought out Roddy Ricch for a performance of “Cooped Up.”

Post Malone has made his Saturday Night Live debut, performing songs from his new album Twelve Carat Toothache. For one of the songs,

“Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol,” Malone was joined by one of his favorite artists: Fleet Foxes’ Robin Pecknold,

who sang in a choir behind Malone, slightly obscured by a fog machine.

Two percussionists playing taiko drums flanked the rapper for the moody performance.

For his live rendition of “Cooped Up,” Malone wore head-to-toe leather and was joined by Roddy Ricch on the SNL stage.

Ricch appears on the recorded version of the single—Malone’s latest release from Twelve Carat Toothache. Watch it all go down below.

Pecknold previously performed on Saturday Night Live in January 2009. According to the Fleet Foxes musician,

he and Post Malone wrote “Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol” with producer Louis Bell.

“as private thanks for him being so nice about [Fleet Foxes] in the world.”

He noted that he recorded his contribution to the track last year.