Beauty Pill ENTER TEASER

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Meric Long of the Bay Area band The Dodos found his voice in a distinctive guitar style. While writing the new album Grizzly Peak, he watched that ability begin to slip away. Shane Tolentino for NPR hide caption

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Elyse Weinberg rolled with Neil Young and Joni Mitchell in the late '60s, and released only one LP before leaving the music industry. David Elliot/Courtesy of Numero Group hide caption

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New Music from Dan Auerbach, Joan Shelley, Beauty Pill, More

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Chad Clark of Beauty Pill wrote "Steven and Tiwonge" around how the two characters viewed a single object of affection. Morgan Klein/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Beauty Pill's 'Steven and Tiwonge' Is And Isn't A Protest Song

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"It feels alive and it feels electric and it feels like it has color," Chad Clark says of Beauty Pill Describes Things As They Are. Jon Pack/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'It Crackles With Life': Beauty Pill Returns

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