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The Head And The Heart's Exuberant 'Shake,' Live On Soundcheck

Hear a preview of the Seattle indie pop band's new record with a live performance of "Shake" in the Soundcheck studio.

Thursday, September 26, 2013 - 08:00 AM

The Head and the Heart (Curtis Wayne Millard)

Seattle indie pop band  The Head And The Heart debuted in 2009 with a self-titled album released on its own. Since then, the band has been signed to Sub Pop Records -- the Seattle label behind bands like Nirvana, Mudhoney and The Postal Service -- and toured relentlessly with groups like Iron and Wine and Dave Matthews.

Now, on the brink of releasing its followup record, Let's Be Still, the band stopped by the Soundcheck studios to play us some songs from the new album.

We'll bring you the entire session in a couple of weeks, but today you can hear a preview: A live performance of the group's rollicking, whooping song "Shake."

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