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KCRW Presents: Cold War KidsKCRW

Southern California natives Cold War Kids return with a purpose on Dear Miss Lonelyhearts, their fourth album. During a intimate show for KCRW, they played several new tracks off the album, which explores their relationship with the city they call home, as is evident on the single "Miracle Mile."

Watch Cold War Kid's entire Morning Becomes Eclectic session at KCRW.com.

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