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    Watch: Devendra Banhart Performs "Taking a Page" for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"'s "Play at Home" Series

    Devendra Banhart, whose new EP, Vast Ovoid, is out now, performed "Taking a Page," from his 2019 album Ma, for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's online series Play at Home today. The video was filmed at his home in Los Angeles by Consuelo Althouse. You can watch it here:

    Banhart's new four-song EP, Vast Ovoid, follows Ma, about which Q says: "Banhart’s singular world remains as intoxicating as ever, as if all human life is here." The EP, available in a limited-edition 12" white vinyl 45 and digitally, includes the Helado Negro remix of the Ma song "Love Song" and three songs "that didn’t quite fit in with Ma's theme of maternity," Banhart says. "Ultimately all three songs are about the difference between disappointment and disillusion … Bigger difference than I realized ..." You can pick up a copy and hear it now here.

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Watch: Devendra Banhart Performs "Taking a Page" for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert"'s "Play at Home" Series

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Devendra Banhart, whose new EP, Vast Ovoid, is out now, performed "Taking a Page," from his 2019 album Ma, for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's online series Play at Home. The video was filmed at his home in Los Angeles by Consuelo Althouse. You can watch it here.

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Devendra Banhart, whose new EP, Vast Ovoid, is out now, performed "Taking a Page," from his 2019 album Ma, for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's online series Play at Home today. The video was filmed at his home in Los Angeles by Consuelo Althouse. You can watch it here:

Banhart's new four-song EP, Vast Ovoid, follows Ma, about which Q says: "Banhart’s singular world remains as intoxicating as ever, as if all human life is here." The EP, available in a limited-edition 12" white vinyl 45 and digitally, includes the Helado Negro remix of the Ma song "Love Song" and three songs "that didn’t quite fit in with Ma's theme of maternity," Banhart says. "Ultimately all three songs are about the difference between disappointment and disillusion … Bigger difference than I realized ..." You can pick up a copy and hear it now here.

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Devendra Banhart: "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," July 2020

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