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The National

  1. Another Grammys, Another Year of Confusing Rock NominationsIt’s getting harder and harder to define what rock is supposed to be.
  2. roll clip!
    Watch The National’s Matt Berninger Sing at The Game of Thrones ConcertThe National’s front man made a guest appearance in Vegas.
  3. women's march 2017
    Women’s March After-Party Has a Stacked LineupAll proceeds from the D.C. event will go to support Planned Parenthood.
  4. year in culture 2016
    The 10 Best Songs of 2016No. 1: Frank Ocean.
  5. covers
    The National Got Basically Everyone in Indie Rock to Cover the Grateful DeadHear covers from Courtney Barnett, Justin Vernon, and Jenny Lewis — to name a few.
  6. right-click
    Hear a Delightful Song for and by Brooklyn DadsBy members of the Walkmen and the National.
  7. videos
    The National Cover Linda’s Bob’s Burgers Thanksgiving SongIt’s happy, sad, and delicious.
  8. soundtracks
    Listen to The National’s Dirge From the Game of Thrones SoundtrackMy are you broody, Matt Berninger.
  9. sufjan stevens
    Watch a Collaboration Between Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, and Bryce DessnerTake us with you to “Venus”!
  10. out on the weekend
    This Weekend’s Concerts: From Atlas Sound to Wu-Tang ClanClick through for photos of Wu-Tang, Atlas Sound, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bowie Ball, and more.
  11. clickables
    Rock Out to The National With Eric Wareheim and Some Committed BrosNothing says dance party like “Bloodbuzz Ohio.”
  12. out on the weekend
    This Weekend’s Concerts, From Nicki Minaj to Arcade FirePlus: Cut Copy, Ke$ha, Diddy Dirty Money, yhe Kills, and more, in our weekly concert roundup.
  13. clickables
    Watch the National’s Video for ‘Think You Can Wait’ From Win WinDefinitely the most emo high-school-wrestling scenes you’ve ever watched.
  14. clickables
    Hear a New Song From the National, ‘Think You Can Wait’From the ‘Win Win’ soundtrack.
  15. clickables
    Hear Two New Christmas Songs From Sufjan Stevens and the NationalMerry Christmas; please don’t cry.
  16. clickables
    Hear the National’s Peppy New Song, ‘Wake Up Your Saints’Weirdly happy!
  17. music
    Hear the National Perform an Unreleased Song, ‘You Were a Kindness’Minnesota Public Radio gets the exclusive.
  18. bombs away
    The National’s Matt Berninger Shakes Up Staid Image With Aiport Bomb ScareWell done, Matt!
  19. At Bonnaroo, Kings of Leon Play a Pensive Set; Kid Cudi Performs Despite ArrestNews from Tennessee.
  20. music
    The National Release Outrageous New Music Video, ‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’Just kidding, it’s incredibly boring.
  21. vulture advises
    How The National Can Prove They’re Not BoringWith today’s release of the critically acclaimed ‘High Violet,’ we offer the National some career advice.
  22. the industry
    Industry Roundup: Krasinski, Heigl, The Dark TowerPlus: ‘Glee”s Quinn to date an alien.
  23. music
    Hear the National’s New Album, High VioletStream it over on the New York ‘Times.’
  24. music
    Hear Yet Another New Track From the National, ‘Sin-Eaters’This is the B-side off “Bloodbuzz Ohio.”
  25. music
    Download a Free New Song From the National, ‘Afraid of Everyone’Another track off their upcoming ‘High Violet’ album.
  26. music
    Hear, Download a Free New Song From the National, ‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’It’s kind of upbeat! Who would’ve guessed?
  27. out on the weekend
    This Weekend in Concert Photos, From the National to the Very BestPlus: Darlings, TODD (UK), Theophilus London, the Allman Brothers, Alkaline Trio, Vetiver, Real Estate, Woods, and Balkan Beat Box.
  28. music
    Hear Another New Song From the National, ‘Vanderlylle Cry Baby’The second sampling from their upcoming album ‘High Violet.’
  29. music
    Hear the National’s New Song, ‘Terrible Love’A live performance of the first single off ‘High Violet.’
  30. the industry
    Guy Ritchie Prefers British Detective to Blue AlienPlus: Gabriele Muccino will direct Keanu Reeves’s trip to space.
  31. chat room
    The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner on the Strange Lives of Identical Musical TwinsThe two discuss their new work, ‘The Long Count,’ premiering tonight at the BAM Next Wave Festival.
  32. festivals
    New York Represents at Pitchfork Music FestThe Walkmen! The Pains of Being Pure at Heart! DOOM!
  33. right-click
    The National Know You All Too WellThe “serious lady” who is the subject of the National’s new song knows “there’s no leaving New York” and prays “for Pavement to get back together.”
  34. tube junkie
    Video: See Grizzly Bear and the National Play ‘New York’ Magazine’s 40th-Anniversary PartyOn Friday, we celebrated our 40th anniversary with music, comedy, and a few thousand friends.
  35. right-click
    Lupe Fiasco Explains How Babies Are MadePlus: New jams from Squarepusher and the National.
  36. last night's gig
    The National Accidentally Play ‘Unplugged’We couldn’t make out what exactly was in the red Dixie cup front man Matt Berninger was sipping from, but he sure seemed to be enjoying it!
  37. right-click
    Beck Gets ConspiratorialPlus: New music from Usher and the Hold Steady!
  38. right-click
    Conor Oberst Sings Part of ‘Thunder Road’Plus: New music from 50 Cent and the National!
  39. apropos of nothing
    Columbia’s Spring Fling Too Cool for SchoolGrizzly Bear? The National? What kind of Spring Fling bands are those? Where’s the Pharcyde?
  40. right-click
    The B-52s: Still Around!Plus: Yo La Tengo!
  41. chat room
    The National’s Matt Berninger Is Totally Cool With Sounding Like Rain Man
  42. quote machine
    Panic at the Disco: Exactly Like the BeatlesPlus: Ed Begley Jr.!
  43. right-click
    Sasha Frere-Jones’s Worst Nightmare Comes True: Arcade Fire Cover Magnetic FieldsPlus: The National!
  44. the industry
    Julia Roberts No Longer a Steel Magnolia, Now a ‘Hothouse Flower’Plus: R.E.M.!
  45. right-click
    50 Cent Looks Back in AngerThe National, Shout Out Louds, and more!
  46. right-click
    Madonna Sows Her Gypsy OatsPlus the National, the New Pornographers, and Spoon.
  47. last night's gig
    The National Are Learning to Be Rock Stars