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The National have released another song from their upcoming album, I Am Easy To Find, due May 17.

Watch a video for “Light Years” below, featuring scenes from I Am Easy To Find’s accompanying short film, directed by Mike Mills:

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The film will be premiered in full at The National’s run of ‘An Evening With’ shows in May, which includes a sold out date at London’s Royal Festival Hall on April 18.

Those shows will also feature a band Q&A and an intimate performance with special guests Kate Stables of This Is The Kit, Mina Tindle and more.

The band return for a series of bigger concerts throughout the summer, check their official site for the full itinerary.

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