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Watch Phony Ppl Have a Whole Lot of Fun During Their NPR 'Tiny Desk' Performance

Watch Phony Ppl Have a Whole Lot of Fun During Their NPR 'Tiny Desk' Performance

Watch Phony Ppl Perform on NPR's 'Tiny Desk'

Source: NPR

Phony Ppl rocked the desk.

Brooklyn-based band Phony Ppl made their trek to the NPR office in Washington, D.C. There, they made their debut on NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series

WATCH: Okay Acoustic Live with Phony Ppl

Phony Ppl, who was joined by saxophonist Braxton Cook, started out by performing  “Compromise,” off of their 2015 album Yesterday’s Tomorrow. They then did two songs from their latest album, mō’zā-ik,  — “One Man Band” and “Cookie Crumble.” They finally capped off the performance by doing a stirring reduction of “Why iii Love the Moon,” the standout song from mō’zā-ik.

READ: Phony Ppl Announces 2019 Residency At Blue Note Jazz Club

If you loved this performance, you have to see the group live. On Saturday, Phony Ppl kicked off their two-month residency at the Blue Note Jazz Club.  

Watch Phony Ppl’s Tiny Desk performance below.



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