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Songs We Love: Corbin, 'Hunker Down'

The languid, Minnesota-based singer has always fixated on the forest — here, the artist formerly known as Spooky Black dives deep into it.
Corbin, in the video for "Hunker Down." Source: YouTube

Since the beginning, Corbin — formerly known as Spooky Black — has, in his languid and gurgling and romance-afflicted music, foregrounded of his early videos, there's always a forest visible.

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