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Watch Real Estate Perform a Brand New Song in Boulder, Colorado


Real Estate released a new album, In Mind, last year via Domino. Last night they performed at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado where they played an unnamed brand new song. The band joked afterwards that it was the first time they had successfully ...


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