Bob Boilen

NOTE: Each day this week we'll be rolling out a series of videos from Sylvan Esso that comprise the duo's upcoming visual EP, Echo Mountain Sessions.

We watched more than 6,000 videos. Ten judges weighed in. Now, the 2017 Tiny Desk Contest has a winner.

Today we're thrilled to announce that the winner of the Tiny Desk Concert Contest is Fantastic Negrito.

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George Harrison wasn't the flashiest, craftiest guitarist of his day, just the one everyone loved. His sound always served the songs, just enough to make them better, but never enough to eclipse the writing of Lennon or McCartney or even his own tunes.

How does anyone do this? How do you write a song about something that seems so private yet feels so universal? Not many hours ago, Fleet Foxes' Robin Pecknold tweeted that he'd broken up with his longtime girlfriend Olivia (those tweets have since been deleted), and shortly after posted this song on SoundCloud. It's called "Olivia, In a Separate Bed"