Wavves' new album Afraid of Heights comes out March 26. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Afraid of Heights
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Clockwise from upper left: Nathan Williams of Wavves, David Bowie, John Denver, Phoenix, and Kanene Pipkin of Lone Bellow Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New David Bowie, Phoenix, Wavves, My Morning Jacket Covers John Denver, More
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Wavves performs at the 2011 Sasquatch Music Festival. James Bailey for KEXP hide caption

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Wavves at Sasquatch 2011
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Wavves' "Take on the World" is a brash little gem that pushes everything, including adversity, out of its way. Lauren Dukoff hide caption

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'Take on the World' by Wavves
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