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New Fiona Apple: "Every Single Night"

Fiona Apple: "Every Single Night" (via SoundCloud) Here we have it: the first piece of new, recorded material from Fiona Apple since 2005's Extraordinary Machine. "Every Single Night" has been a staple in Apple's live performances since her return at SXSW. The Idler Wheel is out June 19 via  Epic.
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