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Exclusive Album Premiere: Ben Kweller's 'Go Fly a Kite'

Listen to the singer-songwriter's fifth studio album here

February 2, 2012 10:00 AM ET
Ben Kweller, 'Go Fly a Kite'
Ben Kweller, 'Go Fly a Kite'
Kevin Baldes

Click to listen to Ben Kweller's album 'Go Fly a Kite'

Ben Kweller has launched his own record label, The Noise Company. The 30-year-old singer-songwriter will release his fifth studio album on Noise Co. February 7th. Go Fly a Kite is heartwarming and deeply personal, and is exclusively available to stream in full on RollingStone.com.

You can preorder Ben Kweller's Go Fly a Kite on iTunes now.

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