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Paramore's first new album in six years, This Is Why, is on our shortlist of the best releases out on Feb. 10 Zachary Gray/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on Feb. 10

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Top row, left to right: The Tallest Man On Earth, Fenne Lily, Nanna; Bottom row, left to right: Yo La Tengo, Juni Habel Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: The Tallest Man On Earth, Yo La Tengo, Nanna, more

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Top row, left to right: Lisa O'Neill, Yo La Tengo, Philip Selway; bottom row: Among Authors Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Radiohead's Philip Selway, Yo La Tengo, more

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Clockwise from upper left: Kacey Musgraves, Yo La Tengo, Yuno, Parquet Courts Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Kacey Musgraves, Parquet Courts, Yo La Tengo, More

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Yo La Tengo plays the music you hear between Morning Edition stories in Studio 1. Lani Milton/NPR hide caption

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Yo La Tengo: Morning Edition's In-House Band For A Day

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Ira Kaplan (left) and James McNew of Yo La Tengo in NPR's New York City studios. Mike Katzif/NPR hide caption

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Yo La Tengo: 'When We Let The World In, It Can Be So Profound'

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Yo La Tengo performs a Tiny Desk Concert in February 2013. Marie McGrory/NPR hide caption

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Yo La Tengo: Tiny Desk Concert

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Yo La Tengo's new album is titled Fade. Carlie Armstron/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Yo La Tengo: Decades In And Far From Fading

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From left, Georgia Hubley, James McNew and Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo. Will Figg for NPR hide caption

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Yo La Tengo In Concert

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