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Lost In The Trees: A Golden Memorial Of Orchestral Folk

Frontman Ari Picker discusses his mother's death and the group's second album, A Church That Fits Our Needs, dedicated to her life and legacy.

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New Music From From Lower Dens, Lambchop, Leonard Cohen And More

This week, All Songs celebrates Robin Hilton's return to the mic with its first episode of all-new music this year.

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Lost In The Trees Returns With 'Red'

Hear a sneak preview of a song from the band's upcoming album, A Church That Fits Our Needs.

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