KCRW Presents: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Whether you love or hate its name, the Detroit indie-pop duo knows how to bring the hooks. Listen to Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.'s album, It's a Corporate World, in this live session.

KCRW Presents: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

KCRW Presents: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.

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Set List

  • "Morning Thought"
  • "Simple Girl"
  • "God Only Knows"
  • "Ugly Person on a Movie Screen"
  • "Skeletons"
  • "Vocal Chords"
  • "We Almost Lost Detroit"
  • "Nothing But Our Love"

Naturally, the name gets your attention right away: Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr. Whether you love it or hate it, it's hard to deny the Detroit duo's charmingly catchy indie pop, which is rooted in the harmonies of The Beach Boys, a band DEJJ covered on its Horse Power EP.

Daniel Zott and Josh Epstein have been favorites here at KCRW since the release of that EP and the remix EP that followed. Appropriately, the band introduced many of the songs from its forthcoming full length, It's a Corporate World, live on this session of Morning Becomes Eclectic, just a day or so before it hopped in a van and drove halfway across the country to dazzle audiences at SXSW.