There is something inexplicable in the circular nature of pop culture; the more and more people are exposed to it's changing dynamic, the more they seem to reject it and head for the hills. By way of illustration, old bands used to split and then fade gradually from memory - and yet now Nirvana and The Beatles are bigger than ever. It's also yet to be fully explained why Robin Pecknold seems to have spent his Senior year at High School listening to Steeleye Span and The Mamas and The Papas, as opposed to say Jay-Z and The White Stripes.

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