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Real Estate, Whitney and Woods Share "Auld Lang Syne"

The festivities peaked during Real Estate’s closing set: The New Jersey-bred group played their Days song “All The Same” until the stroke of midnight and, then brought out the members of Whitney, Woods and other extended family members for a ...

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