Dirty Projectors Perform on NPR’s “Tiny Desk”

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Dirty Projectors are the latest group to perform a set as part of NPR’s “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” series. With Felicia Douglass and Maia Friedman singing, Mike Johnson playing knickknacks, Kristin Slipp on keytar, and Dave Longstreth on various other instruments. Watch them perform “Lose Your Love,” “Overlord,” “Inner World,” and “Search for Life” below.

Dirty Projectors are committing to releasing five new EPs. Thus far, they’ve released Open Window (featuring lead vocals from Friedman) and Flight Tower (which focuses on Douglass).

Read about Dirty Projectors in Pitchfork’s decade-in-review feature “How Indie Went Pop—and Pop Went Indie—in the 2010s,” and see where they landed on “The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s.”

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