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    Listen: Devendra Banhart Talks with NPR's "Alt.Latino"
    Lauren Dukoff

    Devendra Banhart is on the latest episode of NPR's Alt.Latino. He spoke with host Felix Contreras and producer Isabella Gomez Sarmiento about his new EP, Vast Ovoid, exploring the difference between disappointment and disillusion; examining pre-COVID art under current conditions; and embracing the strong bond he feels with the Grateful Dead, whose song "Franklin's Tower" he covered for Amazon Music. You can hear their conversation below, starting at twenty-five minutes in.

    You can pick up a copy of the Vast Ovoid EP on vinyl and digitally here. You can hear Banhart's cover of "Franklin's Tower" exclusively on Amazon Music here.

    OLA: Devendra Banhart plays songs in the order they were written, a series of streaming live concerts, began last Wednesday and will continue from various Los Angeles locations through September. Tickets are on sale here.

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Devendra Banhart is on the latest episode of NPR's Alt.Latino. He spoke with host Felix Contreras and producer Isabella Gomez Sarmiento about his new EP, Vast Ovoid, exploring the difference between disappointment and disillusion; examining pre-COVID art under current conditions; and embracing the strong bond he feels with the Grateful Dead, whose song "Franklin's Tower" he covered for Amazon Music. You can hear their conversation here.

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Devendra Banhart is on the latest episode of NPR's Alt.Latino. He spoke with host Felix Contreras and producer Isabella Gomez Sarmiento about his new EP, Vast Ovoid, exploring the difference between disappointment and disillusion; examining pre-COVID art under current conditions; and embracing the strong bond he feels with the Grateful Dead, whose song "Franklin's Tower" he covered for Amazon Music. You can hear their conversation below, starting at twenty-five minutes in.

You can pick up a copy of the Vast Ovoid EP on vinyl and digitally here. You can hear Banhart's cover of "Franklin's Tower" exclusively on Amazon Music here.

OLA: Devendra Banhart plays songs in the order they were written, a series of streaming live concerts, began last Wednesday and will continue from various Los Angeles locations through September. Tickets are on sale here.

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