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It starts with Victoria Legrand, whose voice is so stunning, it's easy to get lost in whatever thoughts are dancing in your brain while she sings.

Soaring and crumbling with Beach House at HOB

August 28th, 2016

It starts with Victoria Legrand, whose voice is so stunning, it's easy to get lost in whatever thoughts are dancing in your brain while she sings.

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  • Mike Birbiglia stays focused on the genuine camaraderie among the characters and never forgets the humor.

  • Watching the band live, it’s clear why it continues earning new fans.

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  • It's finally here. It's exciting and different. It's also frustratingly unhummable and exclusive to Apple Music.

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