It’s a lovely piece, and it gets an even lovelier visual memory thanks to the creative mind of Chloe. The video captures the essence of the song, captured lost love and youthful timelessness. It’s so good that it’s hard to believe its not the official video for the band, because it really should be. It’s one of my favorite music videos of the year, without question.
You can enjoy the film below, which is posted below (along with some production photos of the video, graciously provided by Chloe and her team)
The Franco-Finish duo known as The Dø are gearing up the release of their new album Shake Shook Shaken on January 26, 2015, via their own label Siamese Squids.
They’ve recently released a colorful music video for album single “Despair, Hangover & Ecstasy.” It’s a shimmering feel-good slice of synth-pop with big vocals from singer Olivia Merilahti. The track’s video was directed by Noel Paul and sees the duo hanging out near an airstrip with some big planes.
One of the first songs that was shared from the album was the multi-layered and colorful offering “Am Gone.” It’s just gotten an official music video, directed in black and white by director Samuel Travis, and starring Suren Seneviratne who is walking around outside trapped in the confines of gallows.
The video features a powerful artistic vision, fitting for a band that is really pushing the boundaries of music to exciting levels.
By Will Oliver, October 10th 2014 — with 1 comment
Photo by Talia Green
Brooklyn’s Honey Wild will release their new self-titled EP on October 14 via Shorewave Records. Today, we have the honor of premiering the music video for “Home,” a track off of the EP.
The video itself was shot at the Bushwick house of the label’s very own Chris Leo Palermino, and features the band playing a dazzling live performance of “Home.” The track features delightful 60s vibe that fans of Mac DeMarco should certainly appreciate. Get your exclusive first watch of the video (which was made by Brooklyn’s Yellow House Pictures) below. Read the rest of this entry »
This weeks saw the release of a new album from Lenny Kravitz called Strut. It’s the first album from Kravitz in three years, and to celebrate, Walmart Soundcheck has chosen him as the artist of the month. They’re releasing a three-episode video series that features exclusive interviews and up close and personal footage of the new songs from a recent show in Miami. Read the rest of this entry »
“Want Your Feeling” is the most recent cut shared from the album, and it’s actually a collaboration that Ware did with Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange). It’s a golden pop-song with a soulful core, with the fingerprints of Hynes all over the place. Throw in production from James Ford (of Simian Mobile Disco and producer of most of Arctic Monkeys stuff) and you got quite a team credited on the track.
Check out the live video of the song that was recorded as her performance at the Barbican in London. It’s posted below. Read the rest of this entry »
Yesterday hotly tipped L.A.-based recording artist Banks released her debut album Goddess via Harvest Records. To celebrate the occasion, and reward fans who purchased the album, she played a short but sweet intimate set at Rough Trade NYC. The performance was one of the venues “instore” performances that rewards fans with the performance as well as a meet and greet with the artist, who will sign their album. Read the rest of this entry »
Former Wolf Parade man Spencer Krug will release a new EP called City Wrecker under his Moonface moniker on September 16 via Jagjaguwar. Apparently it’s the last set of tunes that Krug made in his temporary home in Helsinki, Finland.
He’s released a black and white clip for first single “City Wrecker,” which is a pretty piano-based ballad showing a gentle side of Krug. It’s a touching and powerful effort, one that shows that this man has some pretty incredible range all over the musical spectrum.
Queens rapper Action Bronson will return with his new album Mr. Wonderful this fall. If the rest of the album is as ridiculously awesome as first single “Easy Rider,” then we may be looking at one of the best rap albums of the year.
“Easy Rider” grooves off a crisp psychedelic-influenced sample of a 1974 song called “Adımız Miskindir Bizim” from Turkish artist Mazhar Ve Fuat. Bronson delivers a memorable flow that calls to mind a bit of Ghostface. It’s produced by Party Supplies, who is certainly earning his pay on this song, which is just fire.
Watch the equally awesome music video for “Easy Rider,” which naturally, is an ode to Easy Rider.