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Sylvan Esso & Jaime's Song

Friday, August 28, 2015 - 03:16 PM

We were apparently not alone in loving the song that Sylvan Esso composed for our Elements episode, after many many requests they have decided to release it as a stand-alone single. You can hear, and download the song here. 


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Comments [8]

Astrid from Paris

Fell completely in love and in awe of this song. I was listening to the episode on the train back home and spend an entire hour repeating Jaime's Song, despite really liking Veritasium and wanting to hear his part of the podcast. The whole episode was fantastic but this song... It has been haunting me since.

Oct. 28 2015 12:31 PM
LR from Canada

Thank you so much for introducing me to this wonderful band. This song is amazing.

Oct. 25 2015 12:07 AM
Greg K. from D.C.

Imponderable: Why am I listening to a 3mins song repeatedly over, and over?

Oct. 06 2015 12:08 PM
Michelle from Brooklyn NY

Painfully gorgeous song. *high five*

Sep. 24 2015 03:01 PM
Jean Paul from Sequoia National Park, CA

I absolutely love the Radiolab podcast and through it fell in love with Jamie's song by Sylvan Esso. I just finished re-hearing it on the podcast (I paused the podcast at the start of the song) and while listening to it I decided to look it up to see if there was a way to download the whole thing so as to listen to it through my music app. I am delighted that Sylvan Esso decided to release this work of art and the group can now count me as one of their fans.

Sep. 23 2015 07:31 PM
Nathan Gonik

Great episode and great song. The song fits the topic so well and it is very original.

Sep. 21 2015 02:06 PM
Noura from Kansas City, MO

I've been a fan of Sylvan Esso for a while now and of Radiolab for even longer. This fusion of two absolutely awesome things makes me feel all warm and tingly inside. :)

You guys rock!

Sep. 05 2015 11:17 AM
Srinjoy from Washington DC

What a great song! Why was it written though ?

Sep. 04 2015 02:43 AM

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