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Stars' new album, No One Is Lost, comes out Oct. 14. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Stars On World Cafe

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Jeffrey Remedios (left) and Kevin Drew, co-founders of the label Arts & Crafts. John Vettese/WXPN hide caption

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Jeffrey Remedios & Kevin Drew On World Cafe

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Stars new album, The North, comes out Sept. 4. Norman Wong/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Backlines

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Jonsi performs on stage during Day 3 of the Splendour in the Grass music festival at Woodfordia on August 1, 2010, in Woodford, Australia. Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images hide caption

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Stars' "Dead Hearts" explores the idea that our past pain shades and stains everything we see and do. Norman Wong hide caption

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'Dead Hearts' by Stars

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