Princeton

Princeton

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Princeton on KCRW

Local favorites Princeton were founded by twin brothers Jesse & Matt Kivel and their childhood best friend, Ben Usen. They offer breezy pop songs about love when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic for a live session at 11:15am.

Princeton

Local favorites Princeton were founded by twin brothers Jesse & Matt Kivel and their childhood best friend, Ben Usen. They offer breezy pop songs about love when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic for a live session at 11:15am.

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