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Videos of the Day – week of 5/20

5/20 – Laura Marling’s new album comes out next week…we’ve played the single on BTC, but here’s another track.  Be advised of a naughty, nsfw word towards the end of the song…

5/21 – get up close to your computer screen for the cozy video for “Sea of Love” from The National, whose new album is out today!

and here’s the video it was inspired by, from an early 80s Russian band…??

5/22 – I played a cool track from Classixx last week on release week for them…here’s a cool video from the new album

5/23 – The new John Grant album has some fascinating stuff on it…here’s the video for the title track.

5/24 – the new Daft Punk album is out this week, and will most likely debut at #1…here are a couple of cool covers of “Get Lucky” to get your wknd party started right!

here’s Igor on acoustic guitar –

and here’s the one-man UK band George Barnett…thanks to the Corner listener that gave me the heads up on this one on a recent “cover songs” theme on the Workday Wrap Up!

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