Grace Love & The True Loves, 'Fire' (Live) The soulful nine-piece band, led by silver-haired singer Grace Love, performs in KEXP's studio.

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Watch Grace Love & The True Loves Perform 'Fire' Live In The StudioKEXP

The moment Grace Love & The True Loves stepped into KEXP's studio, the Seattle soul revivalists were ready to light a fire. The hip nine-piece, led by silver-haired singer Love and guitarist Jimmy James, shook it out as they performed songs from their eponymous debut, filled with classic '60s soul, punchy horns, searing B-3 organ, tight rhythms and, of course, Love's powerhouse vocals — turning KEXP's brand-new live room pure vintage.

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  • "Fire"

Watch Grace Love & The True Loves' full performance on KEXP's YouTube channel.

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