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A Chat with Indie Folkers The Sea, The Sea

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Acoustic folk duo The Sea The Sea are coming back to the Mountain State this month to play a couple shows. If the name sounds familiar, it's probably because they've played a couple times on NPR's Mountain Stage, or because one of the band members is a Charleston native or because they just play great music. 

I sat down with The Sea The Sea's Mira Stanley and Chuck E. Costa to chat about their new record, their thoughts on music streaming as an indie band, and their connection to the Mountain State.

A Chat with Indie Folkers The Sea, The Sea
Part Two of our chat with The Sea The Sea. We talk about the duo's new record and what the future holds for them.

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The Sea The Sea released their debut LP Love We Are We Love last year. You can catch them on tour in West Virginia on Saturday, May 2 in Charleston at the Clay Center and Friday, May 8 in Parkersburg at the Parkersburg Arts Center. To hear more of their music, tune in to 'A Change of Tune,' airing Saturdays at 10pm EST on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

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