KCRW Presents: Camera Obscura The Glaswegian indie-pop band visited the Morning Becomes Eclectic studios during their North American tour. Watch Camera Obscura perform "Do It Again," from the recent Desire Lines.

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Led by Tracyanne Campbell's effortlessly breezy voice, Camera Obscura's easygoing new album arrived just in time for summer. During the indie-pop band's recent live session on Morning Becomes Eclectic, Campbell credited Desire Lines' fresh and upbeat aura to recording in Portland, Ore., instead of Camera Obscura's hometown of Glasgow. Here, the band performs its new song "Do It Again."

Watch the entire session by Camera Obscura at KCRW.com.

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