Iron & Wine - Waves of Galveston

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Iron and Wine - Waves of Galveston
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Today's Song of the Day is "Waves of Galveston" from Iron & Wine's new record, Weed Garden, out now.

Iron & Wine will be playing at Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, WI on Thursday, October 4th.

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