Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses and Sam Beam of Iron & Wine team up on Sing Into My Mouth, a new album of covers. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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World Cafe

Band Of Horses On World Cafe

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The twangy rock band fine-tunes its sound on Mirage Rock, produced by the legendary Glyn Johns.

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Concerts

Band Of Horses In Concert

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Hear the indie rock band's performance from World Cafe Live in Philadelphia including songs from their new album Mirage Rock, out September 18.

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"Older" finds Band of Horses pining for a love that never fades, no matter what goes on around it. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Band of Horses recorded Infinite Arms in various locations across the U.S., from northern Minnesota to the Mojave Desert and Hollywood. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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