Watch Peter Bjorn And John Play An Unreleased Song For World Cafe Watch the Swedish pop band perform "Do Si Do," an unreleased song from its new album-in-progress.
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World Cafe Presents: Peter Bjorn And JohnXPN

The highlight of World Cafe's recent Sense Of Place visit to Stockholm, Sweden, was a session recorded at X-Level Studios. Guests included The Amazing and Jose Gonzalez — and Peter Bjorn And John, who treated the show to some brand-new, unreleased songs from an album currently in progress. PB&J has always made super-catchy, intelligent pop songs, and "Do Si Do" is another one. It's as fine a Swedish souvenir as you could ask for.

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  • "Do Si Do"

Hear Peter Bjorn And John's full World Cafe: Sense Of Place session here.

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