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Songs We Love

Songs We Love: The Lumineers, 'Ophelia'

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The foot-stomping, folk-rock hit-makers behind "Ho Hey" premiere their first new music since 2012.

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Songs We Love: Gimmer Nicholson, 'Hermetic Waltz'

#TBT back to Memphis 1968, and an acoustic guitarist bridging Southern folk and then-undiscovered musical lands.

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New Mix: Santigold, Macklemore, PJ Harvey, Iggy Pop, More

In this week's mix, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton showcase a number of artists who reflect on their past to make powerful new music.

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