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Image from the video for 'I Miss Your Bones' by Hospitality
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July 1, 2014 "I Miss Your Bones," from Hospitality's album Trouble, is easily one of the catchiest songs of the year. In its video, director Lara Gallagher looks at what missing someone means in this digital age.
Hospitality's new album, Trouble, comes out Jan. 28.
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January 19, 2014 If the New York band's first album evoked a cardigan, its follow-up is more of a leather jacket. But along with a greater toughness in Amber Papini's singing, there's also a wider tonal palette at work.
Clockwise from upper left: Ephel Duath, Hospitality, Toy, John Vanderslice
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November 12, 2013 On this week's show, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton talk about the importance of seeing live music, discover gnarled metal music from Italy, consider a new direction for the breezy pop band Hospitality, and channel the ghost of former intern Thor Slaughter.
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April 30, 2012 The New York band Hospitality makes music that's unmistakably friendly and welcoming — it's hug-and-a-handshake pop that lives up to its name by jangling and chiming comfortably. The group doesn't overwhelm so much as it wears listeners down with a subtle charm offensive.
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March 13, 2012 From Apparat's majestic electronica to Silverbus' epic guitar rock, All Songs looks at the SXSW bands that we couldn't fit in the latest episode.
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