Cayucas, 'Dancing At The Blue Lagoon' Watch the L.A. band perform the sunlit indie-pop jam "Dancing At The Blue Lagoon" in its hometown.

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KCRW Presents: Cayucas KCRW

Cayucas recorded its new album in rainy Seattle, but its sound is still pure indie-pop sunlight. The L.A. band keeps crafting perfect summertime jams like this one, the title track from Cayucas' new second album, Dancing At The Blue Lagoon.

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  • 'Dancing At The Blue Lagoon'

Watch Cayucas' full performance on Morning Becomes Eclectic on KCRW.com.

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