The Go! Team

The Go! Team

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The Go! Team on KCRW

Brighton's six-piece outfit, Go! Team, perform their critically acclaimed songs for Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Go! Team

Brighton's six-piece outfit, Go! Team, perform their critically acclaimed songs for Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

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Indie rockers The Go! Team play to win on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.Click Here to Watch!

The Go! Team

Indie rockers The Go! Team play to win on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.Click Here to Watch!

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