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

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Exitmusic's Eerie New Video An Elegy To Lost Love

Following the dissolution of their marriage and band, Exitmusic's Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church unleash a gorgeous if haunting storm of images and sound.

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Hanson, With An Orchestra? Hanson, With An Orchestra!

On String Theory, out Nov. 9, the band revisits its catalog and performs new songs with the aid of a 46-piece symphony orchestra. Watch Hanson perform "Siren Call."

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BTS And Nicki Minaj Blow Up The Internet With 'Idol'

The Korean boy band and the hip-hop star already have a continent-straddling hit on their hands. Now, their colorful new video portends a viral dance craze.

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Luluc's 'Kids' Is An Ode To Restless Youth

The Australian duo's video and song, "Kids," is an anthem for teens trying to find their place in the world.

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Hear Cat Power's New Song With Lana Del Rey

Chan Marshall's first album in six years, Wanderer, has spawned its first official single. "Woman" is a duet that mixes icy defiance with fogbound mystery.

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First Watch: Cautious Clay, 'Call Me'

Cautious Clay appears destined for stardom. Watch a stripped-down video that addresses that very subject.

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In 'A Story In The Times,' Robin Bacior Digs Her Own Roots

Bacior's radiant new song reflects on feelings of rootlessness, alienation and the ways people can form an identity without a single place to shape and define them.

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Rising Appalachia Write A 'Resilient' Anthem

The sister duo's song and dance-filled video is an uplifting and life-affirming ballad for challenging times.

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Nathaniel Rateliff Pays Homage To His Mom

A new video for the song "Hey Mama," comes just ahead of Mother's Day and celebrates moms everywhere, with old family films and more recent videos documenting their daily routines.

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Phoebe Bridgers And Noah Gundersen Blend Voices And Songs

Watch the singers perform an eight-minute medley of Bridgers' "Killer" and Gundersen's "The Sound," with help from Gundersen's sister Abby.

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Tyler Childers

Tyler Childers writes songs about hard lives and hard love with direct heart and a soulful Kentucky drawl.