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Iron & Wine's first album since 2007--and their first since separating from Sub Pop -- is called Kiss Each Other Clean, and hits stores via Warner Bros. Records on January 25--so fans, you've still got a couple weeks to wait.
The band gave us a sneak peek of the album with an animated trailer back in November, and now, tonight, they'll keep the hype machine rolling by playing the record in its entirety at a surprise show as part of NPR Music's First Listen series. No, it's not in Seattle, it's at New York City's Greene Space, only about 100 people can attend, and tickets are
hella scarce already sold out.
But there is hope--NPR and Greene Space are both streaming the performance live on their websites.
Here's what to do: At 8 p.m. EST (that's 5 p.m. here, math geniuses), get a glass of wine (it's only appropriate), plump the cushions on your couch, get your laptop, click on this NPR link, cuddle your kitten, puppy, and/or lover, and sit back and have a relaxing digital concert experience.