Vampire Weekend Release Live in Florida EP

Vampire Weekend has released a new live EP that will remind fans what it was like to go to a live show (since that obviously isn’t happening for a while).

Titled Live in Florida, the EP was recorded at a pair of the band’s show at St. Augustine Amphitheatre and at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, respectively.

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