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Kate Tempest (second from right), arm in arm with her band in the World Cafe performance studio. Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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Kate Tempest On World Cafe

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This magic evening, which I was fortunate enough to host with My bubba, Adam Torres and John Paul White ended with the first song John Paul White ever sang into a microphone, 'Stand By Me'. Bob Boilen/NPR hide caption

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Kate Tempest's latest album, Let Them Eat Chaos, came out in October. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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World Cafe Next: Kate Tempest

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World Cafe's Talia Schlanger picked London newcomer Obongjayar's song "Creeping" as a favorite this month. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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Clockwise from upper left: R.E.M. in 1991, Sharon Van Etten, Sylvan Esso, Kate Tempest Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Sylvan Esso, Sharon Van Etten, R.E.M. Acoustic Demo, More

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Kate Tempest has written music, plays, poetry and novels. David Stewert/Courtesy of Bloomsbury hide caption

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'There Was More I Wanted To Say': Kate Tempest Turns Hit Album Into A Novel

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Guest DJ: Kate Tempest On The Power Of Words

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"When I was writing or performing, it felt like a storm was breaking, like something very elemental and forceful was happening," Kate Tempest says, explaining her chosen stage name. India Cranks/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kate Tempest: 'When You're Writing, It's Not About You'

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