Listening To Twin Peaks Is Like Wearing Your Favorite Sweater : World Cafe The band is made up of five close friends who've been playing together for 10 years. You can hear that sense of close collaboration in this mini-concert.
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Twin Peaks On World Cafe

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Listening To Twin Peaks Is Like Wearing Your Favorite Sweater

Listening To Twin Peaks Is Like Wearing Your Favorite Sweater

Twin Peaks On World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Dance Through It"
  • "Ferry Song"
  • "Under A Smile"
  • "Oh Mama"

You know that lived-in feeling of comfort when you put on your favorite sweater? There's something similarly comforting about Chicago band Twin Peaks' music. It's like hanging out with with lifelong friends – which makes sense, because the band is made up of five close collaborators who've been playing together for 10 years. You can hear that sense of familiarity in this mini-concert, recorded live in Philadelphia for the Indie Rock Hit Parade on WXPN. Stream it all in the audio player above.

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