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The Decemberists Share Title Track Of 'Traveling On' EP

Friday, 30 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Decemberists have shared the title track of their new EP.

'Traveling On' is due out digitally on December 14—with physical releases for the UK and Europe set to follow on December 21—and consists of five songs that were recorded during the sessions for their latest LP, 'I'll Be Your Girl'.

The song is a beautiful example of indie-folk—the band's speciality—and uses a plethora of instruments to flesh out what could otherwise be a straightforward acoustic number.

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