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Devendra Banhart was the special surprise guest on the Halloween Spooktacular episode of Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker. Once the Halloween costume comes off, they discuss some recent and favorite concert-going experiences, and Banhart—whom Heidecker calls "a genuine legend of the new millennium"—closes out the hour with a performance of "Weatherman," a song by Heidecker's group Heidecker & Wood. You can watch it here.

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Devendra Banhart was the special surprise guest on the Halloween Spooktacular episode of Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker. Once the Halloween costume comes off, they discuss some recent and favorite concert-going experiences, and Banhart—whom Heidecker calls "a genuine legend of the new millennium"—closes out the hour with a performance of "Weatherman," a song by Heidecker's group Heidecker & Wood. You can watch it here:

Or listen to the episode here:

Devendra Banhart's latest Nonesuch album, Ma, was released in September 2019. The Los Angeles Times called it "sublimely understated, border-blurring folk rock," Q said: "Banhart's singular world remains as intoxicating as ever." In 2020, he released a four-song follow-up EP, Vast Ovoid, and a cover of The Grateful Dead's “Franklin’s Tower."

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Devendra Banhart: 'Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker,' October 2021
  • Thursday, October 28, 2021
    Watch: Devendra Banhart Guests on 'Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker'

    Devendra Banhart was the special surprise guest on the Halloween Spooktacular episode of Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker. Once the Halloween costume comes off, they discuss some recent and favorite concert-going experiences, and Banhart—whom Heidecker calls "a genuine legend of the new millennium"—closes out the hour with a performance of "Weatherman," a song by Heidecker's group Heidecker & Wood. You can watch it here:

    Or listen to the episode here:

    Devendra Banhart's latest Nonesuch album, Ma, was released in September 2019. The Los Angeles Times called it "sublimely understated, border-blurring folk rock," Q said: "Banhart's singular world remains as intoxicating as ever." In 2020, he released a four-song follow-up EP, Vast Ovoid, and a cover of The Grateful Dead's “Franklin’s Tower."

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