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Lori McKenna's new track for Morning Edition's Song Project series was inspired by her children's perspectives of the COVID-19 era. Becky Fluke/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'This Close,' Lori McKenna Draws Inspiration From Family

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Rubik's Cube Inventor Writes A New Book: It's Full Of Twists And Turns

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano's latest album is Agüita. Jack McKain/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gabriel Garzón-Montano's 'Agüita' Is A Rebuke Of Genre's Limitations

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News Brief: Debate Aftermath, Post-Election Threats, COVID-19 Tests

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News Brief: Raucous Debate, Early Voting Trends, COVID-19 Spike

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From left: Norman Spence, Tarriona "Tank" Ball, Albert Allenback and Joshua Johnson are the New Orleans band Tank and the Bangas. Their new track for Morning Edition's Song Project was inspired by a collective feeling of restlessness in the COVID-19 era. Jamelle Tate/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tank And The Bangas Have 'Feelings' On The COVID-19 Era

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News Brief: Presidential Debate, COVID-19 Death Toll, Calif. Wildfires

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News Brief: Trump Taxes, Amy Coney Barrett, TikTok Ban Blocked

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News Brief: COVID-19 Vaccine, HHS Spokesman, Hurricane Aftermath

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News Brief: PPE Shortages, ICE Whistleblower, 737 Max Report

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Amy Ray (left) and Emily Saliers are the veteran folk-rock duo Indigo Girls. Their new track for Morning Edition's Song Project was inspired by the collective feeling of restlessness in the COVID-19 era. Jeremy Cowart/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Indigo Girls' New Song Is About Patience And Fortitude In The COVID-19 Era

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News Brief: Trump Denies Climate Change, Latest Hurricane, Israel-Arab Relations

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News Brief: Wildfires, Woodward's 'Rage,' Voters In Pa. County Speak Out

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Colin Meloy says that the idea for his new song came while watching a documentary on Slint's 1991 album Spiderland. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On His New Song, Colin Meloy Gets Lost In 'Slint, Spiderland'

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An Arizona Voter Answers The Question: What Keeps You Up At Night?

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