Ben Howard - At iTunes Festival Trailer

Ben Howard - At iTunes Festival Trailer (2014)

23 September 2014 Music 55 mins

Setlist: Time is Dancing Evergreen Conrad I Forget Where We Were Rivers In Your Mouth Small Things End of the Affair All Is Now Harmed

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Ben Howard

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 23 September 2014

United States 24 September 2014

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