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MoMA PS1, the Queens outpost of the famed NYC modern art museum, will feature a six-hour long performance of the High Violet track "Sorrow" by the National. Since September, the Long Island City art…   Read Story »
Awaiting Trouble Will Find Me has sent us into a well-deserved National frenzy. We have already heard two singles off the forthcoming album, one of which came with a pretty cool time-lapse video. It…   Read Story »
The National's feverishly anticipated new album Trouble Will Find Me comes out next month, and you guys sure seemed to like the first single "Demons." "Don't Swallow The Cap," the second Trouble Will…   Read Story »
For many people who listen to the National, and by guitarist Aaron Dessner's own admission, the band's career started in 2007. "When we were in the process of making Boxer we knew that we had one…   Read Story »
The National have announced the existence (and the extensive guest list) of Trouble Will Find Me, their new album, and they've played a bunch of its songs live. But this morning marks the first time…   Read Story »
Trouble Will Find Me, the new album from the National, is just a month and a half away from release, and we have yet to hear a single studio song that will appear on it. But last night in Berlin, the…   Read Story »
The National's sixth full-length album, Trouble Will Find Me, is due out on May 21st via 4AD. It's their first album since 2010's High Violet. Drummer Bryan Devendorf recently spoke to Gothamist…   Read Story »
The National make brooding, big-tent indie rock better than just about any band on the face of the planet, and they've just announced the impending release of Trouble Will Find Me, their sixth studio…   Read Story »
When we posted the 10 Best Indie Christmas Songs we limited our list to yuletide jamz that actually exist. Animal New York took a different tack, imagining what holiday songs would sound like if they…   Read Story »
This past weekend, the National curated and headlined their own ATP Festival in England, and during their set, they played four new songs. One of those was the set's opener, "Lola," a somber and…   Read Story »