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    Watch: Lake Street Dive Releases "Hypotheticals" from Upcoming Album, 'Obviously'

    Lake Street Dive has released its new single, "Hypotheticals," the first song on the band's forthcoming record, Obviously, due March 12 on Nonesuch Records. The album is titled after the first word in the song. You can watch a video for "Hypotheticals" filmed during the recording of the album at Phantom Studios in Gallatin, Tennessee, here:

    Obviously was produced by Grammy-winning producer Mike Elizondo, who has worked with the likes of Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent. On “Hypotheticals,” Elizondo’s hip-hop record making expertise, coupled with the band’s wide-ranging taste in pop, rock, R&B, and jazz, highlights the band’s retro influence with a contemporary attitude.

    “We’ve been a band for so long that we didn’t want to just become a feedback loop of our own ideas,” recounts bassist Bridget Kearney. “It felt like a really good time to bring in another person like Mike [Elizondo], and he really opened us up. He encouraged us to make bolder arrangement choices, take those chances and try those things. The record really is a success in what we set out to do: continue to challenge ourselves, continue to grow and do things we’ve never done before.”

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Watch: Lake Street Dive Releases "Hypotheticals" from Upcoming Album, 'Obviously'

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Lake Street Dive has released its new single, "Hypotheticals," the first song on the band's forthcoming record, Obviously, due March 12. The album is titled after the first word in the song. You can watch a video for "Hypotheticals" filmed during the recording of the album at Phantom Studios in Gallatin, TN, here.

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Lake Street Dive has released its new single, "Hypotheticals," the first song on the band's forthcoming record, Obviously, due March 12 on Nonesuch Records. The album is titled after the first word in the song. You can watch a video for "Hypotheticals" filmed during the recording of the album at Phantom Studios in Gallatin, Tennessee, here:

Obviously was produced by Grammy-winning producer Mike Elizondo, who has worked with the likes of Dr. Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent. On “Hypotheticals,” Elizondo’s hip-hop record making expertise, coupled with the band’s wide-ranging taste in pop, rock, R&B, and jazz, highlights the band’s retro influence with a contemporary attitude.

“We’ve been a band for so long that we didn’t want to just become a feedback loop of our own ideas,” recounts bassist Bridget Kearney. “It felt like a really good time to bring in another person like Mike [Elizondo], and he really opened us up. He encouraged us to make bolder arrangement choices, take those chances and try those things. The record really is a success in what we set out to do: continue to challenge ourselves, continue to grow and do things we’ve never done before.”

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