Indie crunchy psych-folk rock collective Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros' 2012 self-produced sophomore LP, Here, is a bright and breezy follow-up to 2009's well-regarded Up From Below, and it debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. First single "That's What's Up" is a feel good duet set to vintage-warm gospel blues-roots bounce, the raspy masculine-feminine harmonies of visionary frontman Alex Ebert and singer/guitarist Jade Castrinos delivering sincere simple sentiment in lines like "You be the bird, I'll be the feather, we'll be the best of friends forever / When I was feeling such a mess I thought you’d leave me behind / when I was feeling such a wreck, I thought you’d treat me unkind, then I find / Forever and always, you've got my love to lean on darling." Live shows feature lots of players (10 total), percussive instruments, hand-claps, whistling, dancing, and generally uplifting momentum. Be prepared to get happy. You know you want to. Also with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.