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Wedding Party

Vampire Weekend settles down, and spreads out, on Father of the Bride.
Ezra Koenig

FATHER OF THE BRIDE

VAMPIRE WEEKEND.

SONY MUSIC.

GROWING UP MEANS mellowing out. You reach a point in your 30s when the reckless habits and patterns of your 20s become impossible to maintain. Either you get wise to the changing rhythms of your brain and body or you come undone a little. People start shacking up and getting scarce not just because they’re boring or because some latent biological need to keep the planet populated has activated in their DNA but because it’s simply too physically and emotionally expensive to keep living at the tireless clip we set when we come

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