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Belle And Sebastian

  1. How Belle and Sebastian Loosened Up and Created Some of Their Best Work in Years“You’re stripping away a layer between yourself and the listener, which is groovy.”
  2. sundance 2014
    Sundance: Belle and Sebastian Front Man Stuart Murdoch’s Glasgow MusicalThe musician worked on God Help The Girl on and off for a decade.
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    Watch the Adorable, Animated Video for Belle and Sebastian’s ‘Crash’Boxheads? Sure, we’ll take it.
  4. out on the weekend
    This Weekend’s Concerts, From Akon to WilcoPlus: Willie Nelson, Sugarland, Guided by Voices …
  5. radio vulture
    Indie Grows Up: New Albums From Belle & Sebastian, Sufjan Stevens, Antony & the JohnsonsThree bands settle into their middlebrow roles — not that there’s anything wrong with that!
  6. influences
    Belle & Sebastian: A Treasure Hunt to Find the Influences Hidden in Their MusicCharlie Brown, Bob Dylan, the Smiths, and Jean Seberg: They’re all in there!
  7. clickables
    Stream Belle & Sebastian’s New Album, Write About LoveNPR’s got the Scottish indie-pop band’s latest album a week before its October 12 release.
  8. music
    Hear Three New Belle and Sebastian Songs“I Want the World to Stop” and “I Didn’t See It Coming,” and “Write About Love.”
  9. belle and sebastian write about love
    Belle & Sebastian Set a Date, Plan TV ShowNew album comin’ in Autumn.
  10. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Mustafa, AMCPlus: Belle and Sebastian name their upcoming record.
  11. music
    Hear Belle & Sebastian Perform a New Song Live, ‘I Didn’t See It Coming’It’s presumably off their next album.
  12. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Rudd, Dustin Lance BlackPlus: Arcade Fire to embark on brief tour.
  13. right-click
    Michael Cera and Ellen Page Folk AroundPlus: Belle and Sebastian cover Dinosaur Jr.!
  14. chat room
    Tiny Masters of Today Rock With Karen O., Kimya Dawson — When They’re Not in Middle SchoolThey’re still in middle school, but punkish Brooklyn band Tiny Masters of Today already have a CV most indie bands would die for.