The National perform in studio

Cincinnati-via-Brooklyn indie rockers the National.
Cincinnati-via-Brooklyn indie rockers the National. (Photo by Deirdre O'Callaghan/Courtesy of the artist)
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The National perform in The Current studios
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It wasn't until they moved to New York City from Cincinatti that the members started playing together. The group joined Danny Sigelmann in the Current studios to perform and discuss life in a band with your brother.

Songs: "We're All Looking For Astronauts," "Lit Up," and "Daughters Of The SoHo Riots"

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