The Lumineers Perform Tiny Desk Concert For NPR

The Lumineers performed songs off their latest album, III, during a “Tiny Desk Concert” held at NPR‘s studio in Washington, D.C.

The folk rock band, consisting of Wesley Schultz, Neyla Pekarek, Jeremiah Fraites, Jay Van Dyke, Maxwell Hughes and Ben Wahamaki, played “Gloria,” “Leaders of the Landslide,” an instrumental rendition of “April,” and “Salt and the Sea.”

The concert ended with a rendition of 2012 track “Stubborn Love.”

The Lumineers showed up at the Tiny Desk with their entourage, including family, friends and crew.

Lead singer Wes Schultz’ child Lenny was a special guest at the show.

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