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The Way We Love is the latest album from the Bacon Brothers. Available 17 July, the record offers up examples of the duo's often tender, frequently funny and deeply endearing music.

"Corona Tune", written by Kevin Bacon, is a cornerstone of the new record. It's a stark and stunning reminder of the gravity of the present moment with a thin margin of comfort. It's the kind of song that some writers spend their whole career waiting to arrive, and it may be the best moment the Bacon Brothers have given us yet. Read full interview and watch the video.

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Kevin and Michael Bacon are only one degree removed from each other — and not even that when it comes to making music.

Music as been part of the Bacon Brothers' lives since childhood, and as an actual band since a 1995 show in their home town of Philadelphia. It's a respite from their day jobs — Kevin's as an actor, Michael's as a composer and an instructor at Lehman College in New York — and the duo has released eight studio albums.

The latest of those, "The Way We Love," was out Friday, July 17, with nine original songs and a live cover of the Cannonball Adderley/Buckinghams hit "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy," recorded with friend and former baseball star Bernie Williams. The Bacons co-produced seven of the tracks on the diverse set, which runs the gamut from the upbeat dance-pop of "Play!" — a single released last summer — to the bluesgrass-flavored "Picker" and the smooth jazz of "The Cooking Song (Add Love and Stir)." 

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