Indie folk act Phosphorescent are amping up the release of their epic triple-LP live album, 'Live From the Music Hall,' due out Feb. 17 via Dead Oceans. In support of the upcoming release, Matthew Houck has released a cleanly recorded, live performance of 'Nothing Was Stolen,' which you can listen to below.

The song has a very folky vibe to it, reminiscent of Bob Dylan. The recording really encapsulates the beautiful southern rock that is featured on the upcoming live disc.

The record culminates the band's four-night residency at Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg while on their recent tour in support of their last LP, 'Muchacho.' It includes performances of tracks from across Houck's 10-year career, as well as a few acoustic solo versions during his one acoustic date in Brooklyn.

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