The National perform in studio

by Danny Sigelman

Cincinnati-via-Brooklyn indie rockers the National.
Cincinnati-via-Brooklyn indie rockers the National. (Photo by Deirdre O'Callaghan/Courtesy of the artist)
  1. Listen The National perform in The Current studios

    Sep 25, 2005

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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