Saturday Sessions: Matt Berninger performs "Serpentine Prison"
Matt Berninger was working in advertising in Cincinnati when he decided to turn his passion for music into his full-time job. He moved to Brooklyn, New York with friends and formed The National, the Grammy-winning band known for a series of critically acclaimed albums and unforgettable live shows. Now he's also launched a solo career with a new album, "Serpentine Prison." He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to perform "Serpentine Prison."
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