From an album due out in February, Fanfarlo's "Deconstruction" packs an awful lot of charming ingredients into a little less than five minutes.

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'Deconstruction' by Fanfarlo
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Fall Music Preview
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Listen Now: Fanfarlo In Concert
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Fanfarlo: Music For Book Lovers
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Fanfarlo: Upbeat And Whimsical Indie-Pop
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