Sarah Jaffe's new album, Don't Disconnect, comes out Aug. 19 Dutch Rall/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Songs We Love

Songs We Love: Sarah Jaffe, 'Some People Will Tell You'

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Jaffe has drifted into a plugged-in pop-rock style that touches on the breezy, self-assured elements of early Magnetic Fields and YACHT.

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Sarah Jaffe's new album, The Body Wins, comes out April 24. Dylan Hollingsworth/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Even amid the new and unfamiliar sounds of "Glorified High," Sarah Jaffe settles in and makes herself at home. Dylan Hollingsworth hide caption

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Song Of The Day

Sarah Jaffe: Finding The Ragged Side

Even amid the unfamiliar sounds of "Glorified High," Jaffe settles in and makes herself at home.

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Sarah Jaffe's "Clementine" is a tune of wistful regret, but its quick tempo keeps it from seeming morose. Melanie Gomez hide caption

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