It’s no secret that NPR Music is easily one of the most comprehensive and respected brands in music, and a feature of any kind within their extensive programming is an instant audience expander. Last week, SF’s own Geographer undoubtedly gained some new followers when they were featured on the flagship program World Cafe. The near half-hour performance included renditions of “Verona,” “Blinders,” “The Myth of Youth,” and “The Boulder,” as well as some interesting anecdotes from lead singer/founder Michael Deni’s conversation with show host David Dye. Have a listen here.

The trio released their second LP, Myth, in February and is slated to play Outside Lands this August, as well as Live 105′s BFD extravaganza June 2nd down at the Shoreline Amphitheater.

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