Entries for the ‘Video’ Category

Speak Low If You Speak Love shares video for “Knots,” tours (2015)

Indie singer-songwriter and State Champs bassist Ryan Scott Graham has debuted a new video for his song “Knots” from his solo project Speak Low If You Speak Love. The new video directed by Elliott Ingham and can be viewed now at BaebleMusic.com. The song is featured on Speak Low If You Speak Love’s debut album, [...]

Worriers share video for “Chasing,” tour (2015)

Political punk act, Worriers, reveal their new video “Chasing” with Stereogum from Imaginary Life, the band’s debut LP out now via Don Giovanni Records. Toying with the idea of seeing things for what they really are versus wishful thinking, the “Chasing” video places the album’s central themes of youth, passion, rebellion, and truth at the [...]

Dirty Ghosts share video, tour (2015)

Yesterday Dirty Ghosts had an amazing video hit the web via Adult Swim. The clip, which is directed by Derrick Beckles of Hot Package fame, has already accrued over 45 thousand views and counting. The oddball video is the visual accompaniment to the “Cataract” single which premiered on Stereogum recently with them noting the music [...]

Allison Weiss shares “Golden Coast,” readies New Love

After two successful full-lengths, seemingly endless touring, a handful of EPs, 7′-inches, Kickstarters and more, Georgia-born, Brooklyn-bred and L.A.-based Allison Weiss will release her highly-anticipated new album New Love on October 2. Produced by Forrest Kline (Hellogoodbye) and Brad Hale (Now Now)​, pre-orders for New Love are currently available via sideonedummy.bigcartel.com ​Get the first taste of New Love with a brand new song called “Golden Coast,” [...]

Tame Impala share video for “Let It Happen,” announce U.S. dates (2015)

Tame Impala has released the video for “Let It Happen” off their critically acclaimed third studio album Currents, which came out via Interscope on July 17. The band will be returning to the U.S. in October for a quick run of dates that include performances at Austin City Limits, Radio City Music Hall and more. [...]

Christian Mistress share video for “Open Road,” tour (2015)

Check out the music video for “Open Road,” directed by Christine Davis (Christian Mistress vocalist) and Marit Schmidt, now courtesy of Decibel Magazine.  “Open Road” appears on Christian Mistress’s forthcoming album To Your Death.  Coming September 18, this album is an eight-song excursion in pure American heavy metal. Marked by the powerful vocals of Christine [...]

Donovan Wolfington share video for “Sadhead,” tour (2015)

New Orleans indie-punks Donovan Wolfington shared a new video and track, “Sadhead” today from their upcoming sophomore LP How to Treat the Ones You Love via IMPOSE. The album will be released on Topshelf Records on August 21. Watch the video for “Sadhead” https://youtu.be/qayDQhs8PoE How to Treat the Ones You Love is currently available for [...]

Old Wounds announce more tour dates (2015)

Currently in the middle of a massive summer-long U.S. tour, Old Wounds announces even more dates, extending the party through mid-September. Dubbed “The Summer of Suffering” in tribute to Old Wounds’ new album, The Suffering Spirit, the tour began in June and has included stretches with Good Fight Music labelmates Axis, Of Feather and Bone, and more. The newly-added run sees the band team up [...]

The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die ready LP for Epitaph

Connecticut-based atmospheric post-emo band The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die have announced that their second full-length album, Harmlessness, will be released on September 25 via Epitaph. The first song shared is “January 10th, 2014″ in which the band recalls the true story of a woman in Mexico [...]

The Twilight Sad ready Òran Mór Session LP

This October, almost a year since the release of their acclaimed fourth album Nobody Wants To Be Here and Nobody Wants To Leave, Scotland’s The Twilight Sad return with the Òran Mór Session LP: a collection of reworked, stripped-back versions of tracks from the album, b-sides and a cover of Arthur Russell’s ‘I Couldn’t Say [...]