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    Watch: Lake Street Dive Performs "Mistakes" on the "Today" Show
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    Lake Street Dive was a guest on the Today show this morning, performing "Mistakes" from the band's Nonesuch Records debut album, Side Pony. When asked on the show about the evolution of the band's sound to what's heard the new album, singer Rachael Price says: "We've been together 12 years. We just want to keep making new music with each other, be inspired by different, new music all the time." You can watch the performance below.

    Another song from Side Pony, "Call Off Your Dogs," was recently included on Public Radio's Top 10 Songs Of 2016 (So Far) from NPR. "What a phenomenon Lake Street Dive is," writes World Cafe host David Dye in the list. "The band sounds like little else in 2016, with bits of jazz and Motown mixed into its yet up-to-date sound. As great a powerhouse lead singer as Rachael Price is, it's the cohesion of all four band members that makes Lake Street Dive's newest album, Side Pony, unique." Read more and see the complete list at npr.org.

    Lake Street Dive returns to the road to resume its North American tour with a performance at the Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville on August 3. The tour then continues into October and heads to the UK and Ireland in November. See all the details at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    To pick up a copy of Side Pony, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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Lake Street Dive was on the Today show this morning, performing "Mistakes" from the band's Nonesuch debut album, Side Pony. You can watch the performance here. Another Side Pony song, "Call Off Your Dogs," was included on Public Radio's Top 10 Songs Of 2016 (So Far). "What a phenomenon Lake Street Dive is," writes World Cafe's David Dye. "It's the cohesion of all four band members that makes Lake Street Dive's newest album, Side Pony, unique." The band resumes its North American tour on August 3.

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Lake Street Dive was a guest on the Today show this morning, performing "Mistakes" from the band's Nonesuch Records debut album, Side Pony. When asked on the show about the evolution of the band's sound to what's heard the new album, singer Rachael Price says: "We've been together 12 years. We just want to keep making new music with each other, be inspired by different, new music all the time." You can watch the performance below.

Another song from Side Pony, "Call Off Your Dogs," was recently included on Public Radio's Top 10 Songs Of 2016 (So Far) from NPR. "What a phenomenon Lake Street Dive is," writes World Cafe host David Dye in the list. "The band sounds like little else in 2016, with bits of jazz and Motown mixed into its yet up-to-date sound. As great a powerhouse lead singer as Rachael Price is, it's the cohesion of all four band members that makes Lake Street Dive's newest album, Side Pony, unique." Read more and see the complete list at npr.org.

Lake Street Dive returns to the road to resume its North American tour with a performance at the Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville on August 3. The tour then continues into October and heads to the UK and Ireland in November. See all the details at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

To pick up a copy of Side Pony, head to iTunes or the Nonesuch Store, where CD and vinyl orders include a download of the complete album at checkout.

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Lake Street Dive: "Today" Show, July 2016

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