The day after releasing their acclaimed new album, Jubilee, Japanese Breakfast made an appearance on CBS This Morning’s “Saturday Sessions.” 

Along with performing three tracks from the album live from Spice House Sound in Philadelphia, frontperson Michelle Zauner sat down for an interview with Anthony Mason. In it, she touched on her best-selling memoir Crying in H Mart, her early obsession with Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the joy that is central to Jubilee. She also discussed her mother’s battle with cancer and her life growing up: “my mother was a homemaker, in a lot of ways I think I was her art and the way she raised me was her absolute expression,” she said in the interview. 

True to the title of the album, Zauner made her performance feel like a celebration. Smiling through the whole set, she played an exuberant version of Jubilee‘s lead single “Be Sweet.” Following it up was the dreamy “Kokomo, IN” and “Tactic,” which featured Zauner on keys. The whole set seemed to radiate healing energy, a baptism of sorts to usher in a new era of positivity. 

Still, the excitement doesn’t stop there. On Monday, Zauner announced that MGM’s Orion Pictures acquired the rights to Crying in H Mart and will be adapting it into a film. The movie will be produced by Stacey Sher and Jason Kim, with Japanese Breakfast providing the soundtrack. “It is a surreal thrill to have the opportunity to memorialize my mother in film, and I consider it of the highest honor to pursue that task,” Zauner said in a statement.

You can check out the CBS interview and the full set below.