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Listen to The Weepies’ ‘Love Doesn’t Last Too Long’ from The Blacklist, Season 6, Episode 18

American indie pop-folk duo The Weepies’ ‘Love Doesn’t Last Too Long‘ was the mellow closing song on this week’s episode of The Blacklist — Season 6, Episode 18, “The Brockton College Killer” (April 26th, 2019).

The track was played as the police arrest the real murdered, and rescue Tobias.

The Weepies’ ‘Love Doesn’t Last Too Long‘ is from the duo’s second studio album Say I Am You, which was released on Nettwerk Records in 2006.

It was the indie pop-folk duo’s first full-length record, and spawned a number of hit TV shows featuring their music. Including songs played on popular shows such as How I Met Your Mother, One Tree Hill, Life Unexpected, Pretty Little Liars and Sense8.

Since then, The Weepies, aka husband and wife duo Deb Talan and Steve Tannen, have released three other studio albums. The last, Sirens, in 2015.

Listen to The Weepies’ ‘Love Doesn’t Last Too Long‘ in the video below. You can also listen to the track’s album, Say I Am You, in the Spotify widget below that.

The Weepies are kicking off a new North American tour in October, 2019. They will be performing along with Joshua Radin. Check out all the upcoming dates on their website.

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