Ruby Ibarra's song 'Someday' emerged as one of the standout submissions in NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert.
They play new jams, rarities, and old hits in the NPR office.
The singer performed a bunch of her tracks, including "If You Ever" and a stripped down version of "Bad Blood.”
It's a 20-minute-long medley replete with strings and packed with the sort of quick-fire lyrical dexterity you'd expect.
The indie supergroup played "Souvenir," "Me & My Dog," and "Ketchum, ID" at NPR.
David Bazan brought Erik Walters and Sean Lane to NPR to perform "When They Really Get to Know You They Will Run," "Yellow Bike," and "Kept Secrets."
Florence + The Machine played "June," "Patricia," and "Ship to Wreck" at NPR in an impressively restrained set.
The Atlanta rapper was joined by Sleepy Brown some pretty incredible trumpets to recreate "So Fresh, So Clean," and "The Way You Move."
The idiosyncratic, existential soul artist warmed up with "Rimshot" before stretching out a remarkable, 12-minute "Green Eyes."
Presenting: some funk, some feelings, and a whole lot of goodness.