All Songs TV Great new music videos, picked by All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton.

All Songs TV

Great new music videos, picked by All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton

The old house where Daniel Norgren and friends recorded Wooh Dang, the Swedish musicians first international release. Daniel Norgren/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Daniel Norgren's 'The Flow' Inspired By The Soundscapes Of Sweden

The soundscapes of water flowing under the wooden floor of an old flour mill in Sweden inspired Daniel Norgren to record "The Flow."

Kacey Musgraves made a point of showcasing her gentler side during her 2015 Tiny Desk Concert, but as it so often does, rowdiness prevailed in the end. Lydia Thompson /NPR hide caption

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All The 2019 Grammy Winners Who've Stopped By The Tiny Desk

We're approaching 11 years and more than 800 concerts behind the Tiny Desk. Here's a look at the 2019 Grammy winners who've passed through our offices.

"Siren 042" marks WHY? and Lala Lala's first in-studio collaboration after touring together. Katie Hogan/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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What Happens When You Ignore Your Better Judgment?

Lala Lala and WHY? collaborate on "Siren 042," a song and video that examine the hazards of moving forward when all rational thought says "stop."

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The Lemon Twigs Finds Heart In A Long Island Bar

In the video for "Never In My Arms, Always In My Heart," the New York band approaches the lives of aging rock fans with pathos and a dash of camp.