All Songs TV Great new music videos, picked by All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton.

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Patrick Watson Sings A Song For The 'Broken'

The singer's radiant new single soothes the bearer of a battered heart with the falsetto-rich sound of healing and comfort.

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Bad History Month's 'Warm Recollection' Of Love And Death

Songwriter Sean Bean says "A Warm Recollection," from the band's new album Dead And Loving It, is about "the high stakes of living life in the face of certain death."

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First Watch: Overcoats, 'I Don't Believe In Us'

Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell dance off disillusionment in their pastel video for the YOUNG bonus track.

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With 'Not Coming Home,' ALA.NI Calls For Love In A Mad World

ALA.NI says it best: "LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE IS LOVE.Take it where you can get it, cause lord knows we need as much of it right now in this mad, mad world." That's at the heart of "Not Coming Home."

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As Ever, The Go! Team Is All About Sensory Overload

The video for "Semicircle Song" is a kaleidoscopic wash of bright colors and marching bands, with vocals from the Detroit Youth Choir.

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Hovvdy Unfolds Bedroom-Pop Bliss In 'Petal' Video

The Austin duo makes tender, thoughtful music fit for long drives and existential dread. Its new album, Cranberry, comes out Feb. 9.

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First Watch: Sego, 'Whatever Forever'

The music of Sego is frenetic and immediate. In a new video for the band's song "Whatever Forever," the group considers complacency in the anesthetized frenzy of day-to-day living.