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Lord Huron On World Cafe

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Hear stripped-down performances from the band's new, narrative-rich album, Strange Trails.

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Lord Huron Wants You To Dance At The Apocalypse

The band's new album, Strange Trails, spins around a strong visual theme, with an imagined cast of characters that "collide sometimes" in Ben Schneider's world.

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All Songs Considered

New Mix: Lord Huron, Metz, Patrick Watson, More

Another batch of tender, heartbreaking, expansive, raw, unrelenting, labyrinthine new songs on this episode of All Songs Considered.

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