Entries for the ‘Video’ Category

Rosedale shares video for “Grey,” tours (2014)

Rosedale, the musical outlet of Toronto singer-songwriter/musician and “aggressive pop” maestro Mike Liorti, is premiering a music video on Substream Magazine. Check out “Grey” here.   The track appears on a “sampler” that is available exclusively on Bandcamp, iTunes and at Rosedale shows. A new album will be out next year. Rosedale will be on [...]

American Football cover Elvis Costello, tour (2014)

As American Football gear up for their upcoming reunion shows, kicking off this weekend at The Pygmalion Festival, The A.V. Club has released their recent Undercover Sessions recording of Elvis Costello’s classic “Alison”. Over the coming months the revered and influential band will go on to play sold-out shows in New York, Los Angeles, and [...]

PUP release video for “Mabu,” tour (2014)

Do you remember your first car? Maybe you worked all summer to save up for it and man, was it worth it! The memories, the miles… sometimes a car can hold more meaning behind its tough, metal exterior than you’d expect. That’s the premise behind rising Toronto punks PUP’s newest music video for their song [...]

VICE presents NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou, Episode 1

Today Noisey, the music arm of VICE, presents NOLA: Life, Death And Heavy Blues From The Bayou, episode 1. A seven-part series examining the people and the culture that helped foster bands like Down, Eyehategod, Crowbar, and so many others, episode 1 features New Orleans native Phil Anselmo who exports his style to Dallas band [...]

Hostage Calm share video for “A Thousand Miles Away From Here,” tour (2014)

Hostage Calm debuted the Max Moore-directed video for their track “A Thousand Miles Away From Here” today on Redbull Music.  The track comes from the band’s new full-length Die On Stage, out this week via Run For Cover Records and currently available for purchase via the label’s webstore.  Hostage Calm also just kicked off a [...]

Hemingway shares video for “Northwest”

Portland, Oregon’s Hemingway have shared the music video for their song ”Northwest” on AbsolutePunk.  The track comes from the band’s upcoming debut full length, Pretend To Care, due out September 30 via 6131 Records. The quirky, Twin Peaks-inspired video compliments Hemingway’s catchy brand of emotional alternative rock, and reminds us that a band can be melancholy without losing their sense of humor.  [...]

Gates share video for “Not My Blood”

New Jersey alternative, post-rock band Gates has debuted a breathtaking new video for their song “Not My Blood” today with Purevolume.com, Absolutepunk.net and PropertyofZack.com. The song is featured on the band’s upcoming album, Bloom & Breathe, which is due out on Pure Noise Records on October 21. Starting today, fans can pre-order the new record [...]

Tiny Moving Parts share video for “Always Focused,” tour (2014)

In celebration of their sophomore full-length Pleasant Living, out on Triple Crown Records, Tiny Moving Parts have released a new video for the track “Always Focused”.  The Kyle Thrash (Modern Baseball, The Weekend, Filter) directed clip perfectly captures the band’s endless enthusiam, intricate musicianship and optimism, as well as the requisite summer fun element the [...]

Modern Baseball share video for “Pothole,” tour (2014)

Philadelphia’s Modern Baseball have hit a home run with their new video for “Pothole” that premiered on Entertainment Weekly yesterday, who called it “subtly powerful”.  The track is off their sophomore album You’re Gonna Miss It All which came out earlier this year on Run For Cover Records. Directed by Kyle Thrash, who also did [...]

Hooray For Earth share video for “Say Enough”

Hooray For Earth have revealed a video for their single “Say Enough.”  The video premiered on Stereogum, who said it, “tells the very human story of a newly broken-up couple, following computer-animated characters drinking, having sex, and sadly remembering. It’s one of the only times I’ve seen the occasionally grotesque uncanny-valley effect of computer models used [...]