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Wilco have released a third song from their upcoming album.

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The 33rd annual MTV Video Music Awards are always an opportunity for WTF moments. With all the memorable performances during the VMAs, Beyoncé, Rihanna and Kanye West were the clear winners of the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, with their collective presence breathing life into an epic, nearly three-hour show that managed to feel both unplanned as well was scripted.

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 5 Best Things That Happened at MTV VMAs

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"I hope you find someone to lose someday," Jeff Tweedy croons on Wilco's folksy new track, a highlight from the band's upcoming 10th studio album, Schmilco. "Someone to Lose" finds Tweedy strumming a faint acoustic guitar, backed by a woozy bassline and minimal drums. Distorted, snarling electric

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Wilco's Quirky New Song 'Somebody to Lose'

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Eddie Vedder was all over the Ohana Festival on Saturday (Aug. 27).

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This year, the VMAs returned to New York City for a homecoming at Madison Square Garden. As with all awards shows, though, the perfectly manicured glam you see on television isn't the whole story – there are make-up touch-ups, visual gaffes and, most importantly, a crew of dudes swiftly mopping up the stage between the commercial breaks. Here's what you didn't see on TV.

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Lady Gaga showed up to help Tame Impala close out the FYF Festival on Saturday (Aug. 27).

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