Tunng On 'World Cafe: Next' : World Cafe The East London band's fourth album, ...And Then We Saw Land, is more serious in tone, but the melodies are just as infectious as they've always been. Hear two songs from the record selected by host David Dye.
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Tunng On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Tunng On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Tunng On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Set List

  • "Hustle"
  • "With Whiskey"

Tunng is a long-running conglomerate of musicians from East London who specialize in what some call "folktronic" music, or folk with electronic embellishments. On its fourth album, ...And Then We Saw Land, the group decided to go a more anthemic route. The melodies are just as infectious as the band's earlier work, though.

Hear two songs from the new album, handpicked by World Cafe host David Dye.

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