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The Grateful Dead guitarist co-wrote the new song with Josh Ritter. It's a haunting tune, sung in the voice of a father as he buries his daughter.
The Los Angeles band's new album, Sunlit Youth, is out today. In this session, the band performs live and discusses its changing sound.
Hear the Seattle band play new songs from its major-label debut, Signs Of Light.
Music runs in this Minnesotan country-folk singer's family. Hear him perform songs from his debut album, American Dreamer.
For the first time in his career, the singer-songwriter has produced one of his own albums, Spirit. Hear him perform some of the new songs live in Philadelphia.
"It's not really an Okkervil River album, and it's also my favorite Okkervil River album," songwriter Will Sheff says of the band's latest offering, Away.
The Brooklyn quintet's new record, Otero War, is a concept album whose songs nevertheless stand on their own. Hear a live performance.
Hear the Melbourne duo perform three songs from its debut full-length, Stadium Cake.
The Irish singer-songwriter performs music from her new album, At Swim, including a song with lyrics borrowed from the poet Seamus Heaney.
Not every partnership is built to last. From The White Stripes to Sonny & Cher, here are 10 talented, if temporary, musical duos.
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