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    Watch: Lake Street Dive Performs From 'Obviously' on 'CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions'

    Lake Street Dive continued the celebrations surrounding the release of its new album, Obviously, with a performance for CBS This Morning's Saturday Sessions today. The band performed three songs from the new album: "Hypotheticals," "Nobody's Stopping You Now," and "Being a Woman." You can watch all three here:

    "You need to make this band part of your life," the AP exclaims. "Lake Street Dive have never sounded better, full and clear with every instrument given a chance to shine in every song." You can get the new album here.

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Watch: Lake Street Dive Performs From 'Obviously' on 'CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions'

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Lake Street Dive continued the celebrations surrounding the release of its new album, Obviously, with a performance for CBS This Morning's Saturday Sessions today. The band performed three songs from the new album: "Hypotheticals," "Nobody's Stopping You Now," and "Being a Woman." You can watch all three here.

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Lake Street Dive continued the celebrations surrounding the release of its new album, Obviously, with a performance for CBS This Morning's Saturday Sessions today. The band performed three songs from the new album: "Hypotheticals," "Nobody's Stopping You Now," and "Being a Woman." You can watch all three here:

"You need to make this band part of your life," the AP exclaims. "Lake Street Dive have never sounded better, full and clear with every instrument given a chance to shine in every song." You can get the new album here.

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Lake Street Dive: "CBS This Morning: Saturday Sessions," March 2021

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