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If Wren's Film Can't Get You Pumped for Festivals, Nothing Can

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Joanna Newsom, a harp, wide open California land: These are the necessary items for getting into the musical festival season mindset. Naturally, it's all brought to you by the easiest, breeziest brand of all, Wren, and features the songstress in its ethereal fare from the Fall 2013 collection. Watch Newsom cover Sandy Denny's 1970s song, "The North Star Grassman and the Ravens" and try not to day dream your afternoon away.

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