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KCRW Presents: Twin ShadowKCRW

Twin Shadow's latest album, Confess, features a bunch of undeniably great electro-pop songs that have made their way onto KCRW's airwaves. Still, it was even more impressive to see them performed in a live setting. The man behind the moniker, George Lewis Jr., was seated during the session — due in large part to back pain resulting from his obsession with motorcycles. (Long rides have inspired much of his music.) A free spirit, he wears his passions on his sleeve in this performance.

Watch Twin Shadow perform "Golden Light," and then catch the entire session over at KCRW.com.

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