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Chic Gamine: The Girl-Group Sound, Stripped To Its Bones

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Chic Gamine: The Girl-Group Sound, Stripped To Its Bones

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Chic Gamine: The Girl-Group Sound, Stripped To Its Bones

Chic Gamine: The Girl-Group Sound, Stripped To Its Bones

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Chic Gamine's latest album is called Closer. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chic Gamine's latest album is called Closer.

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"Closer"

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"Don't Think That I Can Stay"

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Chic Gamine is a Canadian band giving a new spin to the classic '60s girl group sound: Its roster is four vocalists, a drummer ... and that's it. Chic Gamine's leader Andrina Turenne spoke with NPR's Laura Sullivan about the group's latest album, Closer. Click the audio link on this page to hear their conversation.

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