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you never realize how much you love sleeping until you have to wake up in the morning 

teamvampireweekend:

Ezra Koenig at the ‘If I Loved You: Gentleman Prefer Broadway-An Evening Of Love Duets' after party at The Shore Club in Toronto, Canada (Photo by George Pimentel)

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Ezra Koenig at the ‘If I Loved You: Gentleman Prefer Broadway-An Evening Of Love Duets' after party at The Shore Club in Toronto, Canada (Photo by George Pimentel)

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Rapid fire question round with Ezra and Rostam

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#throwback: Vampire Weekend at Rock Werchter, 2013

YES CHRIS THAT’S THE RIGHT ANSWER

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Ezra Koenig at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina (Photos by neonreggaesunsplash for Team Vampire Weekend)

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Ezra Koenig at Red Hat Amphitheater in Raleigh, North Carolina (Photos by neonreggaesunsplash for Team Vampire Weekend)

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It’s been two years since Vampire Weekend debuted New Song #2 (which would go on to be called “Unbelievers”) at their show at the House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio.

And it’s been a year since the music video for Unbelievers was filmed in Portugal.

*Gifs are from Vampire Weekend’s performance of Unbelievers at Gentleman of the Road: Lewes Stopover, 2013

*dies before unbelievers vid is released*

"I had students who were bigger than me, who’d been held back a few years, and I had kids who’d get up in my face and threaten me, but I never got scared,” he recalls. “And even when the kids were cursing me out, I’d have a sense of humor about it. They’d say ‘Don’t let me see you in the ’hood, Mr. Koenig,’ and I’d turn it into something surreal like ‘Where is this ’hood?’"
— Ezra Koenig sharing his teaching experience (via teamvampireweekend)