Savages, 'Adore' (Live) Watch the British post-punk band perform "Adore" live on Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Savages' first album, Silence Yourself, was a ferocious and angry record. On the follow-up, Adore Life, the message is no less powerful, but the focus has shifted to love and the importance of living in the moment. The British post-punk band is incredible live, as this performance of "Adore" for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic demonstrates.

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  • "Adore"

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