Belle And Sebastian's new album, Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance, comes out Jan. 20. Søren Solkær/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance

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New Mix: The Velvet Underground, Belle & Sebastian, Grouper, More

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Belle And Sebastian: On 'Love' And Faith

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Tricky (upper left), Sufjan Stevens (upper right), Sharon Van Etten (bottom left) and Antony Hegarty (bottom right). hide caption

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Fall Music Preview

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