Nation of Language

Live On KEXP
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Nation of Language take the title of First Band to Play Live at KEXP with an incredible four-song set of their modern take on new wave.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JULIAN MARTLEW
episode description written by jasmine albertson

Taking the massive title of First Band to Play Live at KEXP Since the Start of the Pandemic, Nation of Language are more than deserving. While they only just released their first record in 2020, the Brooklyn-based band are making a giant splash with their modern take on new wave. The band chats with John Richards about adapting to post-Covid live shows before jumping into a stellar performance of songs off their new record A Way Forward.

Recorded 10/13/21
 
1. Across that Fine Line
2. Wounds of Love
3. This Fractured Mind
4. The Wall & I

 

 

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