Grammy Award-winner RAC, aka Andre Allen Anjos, has a highly anticipated new album coming this summer. The first single is a gorgeous collaboration with Rostam, formerly of Vampire Weekend. "This Song" is pretty special to Andre as it marks the tenth anniversary of his making music in his dorm room as RAC.
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