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Glass Animals, 'Life Itself' (Live)

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The song is a highlight of the U.K. rock band's new album, How To Be A Human Being.

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Blind Pilot, 'Packed Powder' (Live)

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The Portland, Ore., folk-rock band performs an anthem from And Then Like Lions live for KCRW.

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Allen Stone, 'Naturally' (Live)

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The Washington soul singer performs a brand-new song for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Ages And Ages, 'Something To Ruin' (Live)

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Known for handclaps and group harmonies, the band takes on a darker tone in "Something To Ruin."

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Ziggy Marley, 'Start It Up' (Live)

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In KCRW's studio, the reggae musician performs a hopeful, political song from his newest album.