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June 8, 2012 Watch the premiere of an elegant and eerie music video from Clare and the Reasons off of their upcoming album KR-51.
November 25, 2010 The charming husband-and-wife led band made a lasting impact with its debut album, thanks in part to producer and arranger Van Dyke Parks. The clever and whimsical work still holds strong a year after its release. Hear both acts perform live and talk about their work and collaborations.
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October 14, 2009 "I haven't much that I want to do / Would you like to come and do that, too?" singer Clare Manchon asks in "All the Wine," the opening track on Clare and the Reasons' new album, Arrow. Rarely has throwing away the appointment book and clinking a glass with a loved one sounded so deliciously inviting.
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July 21, 2008 The Movie, the debut album from New York-based band Clare & the Reasons, is quirky, to say the least. The record is an 11-track foray into theatrical, space-themed chamber pop that falls somewhere between the score of a Broadway musical and a collection of sweet and playful nursery rhymes.
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