School of Seven Bells

School of Seven Bells

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School of Seven Bells on KCRW

The new record from ethereal fuzz-pop trio School of Seven Bells is one of our favorites.  We’re excited to welcome them back to Morning Becomes Eclectic airwaves for a live session at…

School of Seven Bells

The new record from ethereal fuzz-pop trio School of Seven Bells is one of our favorites.  We’re excited to welcome them back to Morning Becomes Eclectic airwaves for a live session at…

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

The School of Seven Bells meld psychedelic sound with futuristic beats on Morning Becomes Eclectic with host Jason Bentley.

School of Seven Bells

The School of Seven Bells meld psychedelic sound with futuristic beats on Morning Becomes Eclectic with host Jason Bentley.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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