Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man

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Portugal. The Man is having a big year, after taking a four-year break to craft its new album Woodstock.

Portugal. The Man

Portugal. The Man is having a big year, after taking a four-year break to craft its new album Woodstock.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

In 2013, Portugal. The Man debuted songs from the band's forthcoming album, which was produced by Danger Mouse, in a special live session.

Portugal. The Man

In 2013, Portugal. The Man debuted songs from the band's forthcoming album, which was produced by Danger Mouse, in a special live session.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Jason Bentley calls Portugal. The Man's latest album "simply one of the best of the year..."

Portugal. The Man

Jason Bentley calls Portugal. The Man's latest album "simply one of the best of the year..."

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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