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  • White Couches - Thelma
    Thelma just released their excellent self-titled debut last month, and now the Brooklyn-based band are back with visuals for early single “White Couches.” The video from Courtney Brown and Keara Martin is strange but beautiful, blending shots of a homemade diorama with a sequence showing frontwoman Natasha Jacobs bathing, fully clothed, in what appears to be milk....
  • That's What You Get For Gettin' Outta Bed - Grandaddy
    Within this immersive music video experience a dream-like virtual world filled with surreal and colorful forms, including Grandaddy band members stuck inside various digital devices. The VR experience was created by Andrew Deutsch (HOME) using Gravity Sketch and Unity. The video is also available within VR for Google cardboard and HTC Vive. If you're on an iPhone, wat...
  • Rain In Soho - Mountain Goats
    Today, the Mountain Goats share "Rain in Soho" from their hotly anticipated new album Goths, which will be in stores on May 19. NPR Music included the track in their All Songs Considered podcast and Lars Gotrich played a clip of a longer interview with John Darnielle about the song. Listen to All Songs Considered and read the full transcript of the interview now at NP...
  • Gwan - Rostam
    After unveiling his spectacular post-Vampire Weekend single “Gravity Don’t Pull Me” last year, Rostam Batmanglij went on Morning Becomes Eclectic and debuted another equally gorgeous new song called “Gwan.” The latter track — a sleek, swooning orchestral pop ballad — has never seen official release until today, when it arrives with a music video by director Greg Brunk...
  • Tokyo - TEEN
    Over a year ago, vibrant New York band TEEN released their third album, Love Yes, and today they’ve returned with a video for that album’s opening track, “Tokyo.” It was directed by Jennifer Vanilla — the performance art alter ego of Ava Luna’s Becca Kauffman — and it’s an offbeat video of the band playing the song that was shot at NYC’s Mercury Lounge and features so...
  • Hit That Drum - Woods
    Love Is Love is the 10th studio LP by New York psych-rockers Woods. The album was written and recorded in the immediate aftermath of last year’s presidential election, and finds the band digging even deeper into the well of African jazz and horn-drenched folk that defined last year’s Sun Eater In The River Of Light. We’ve already heard the resilient title track and th...
  • Live By Design - Ivy Nations
    Benn Veasey examines the predetermined life in this dystopian clip for Ivy Nations. What happens when blocking the scene becomes the visible narrative hook? Well, you go all-in on a narrative around it, of course. With his footsteps laid out before him, we watch a worker in a jumpsuit deliver parcels all day - a place for everything and everything in its place. Strugg...
  • Mind Fields - No Vacation
    Dreamy San Francisco five-piece No Vacation released “Mind Fields” earlier this year, their first dispatch after a year-long hiatus following the release of their debut album, Amo XO, and the subsequent Summer Break Mixtape. It’s a wistful and swirling rumination on a relationship that didn’t work out and the personal growth that can be made from its wreckage. Today, ...
  • About Somebody - Molly Nilsson
    Next month, the Swedish DIY synthpopper Molly Nilsson will release her album IMAGINATIONS. She’s been sharing its songs for almost a year, and we’ve already heard “Think Pink,” “Let’s Talk About Privileges,” “Money Never Dreams,” and “Not Today Satan.” Today, she’s dropped a soulful, strutting new song called “About Somebody.” She’s also got a grainy black-and-white v...
  • It's Cool - Exit Kid
    Exit Kid began in an Albuquerque hotel room as the solo project of Years & Years keyboardist Emre Türkmen. After wrapping up a tour, writing a few songs, and returning to London, Türkmen enlisted drummer Dylan Bell, and Exit Kid became a duo. They’re releasing their debut EP next month on Kobalt, and lead single “It’s Cool” is a fine introduction, a tuneful blast of f...
  • Silver - Waxahatchee
    Two years ago, Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee project released a truly great album called Ivy Tripp. And yesterday, Crutchfield announced that she’ll follow that one up this summer with a new LP called Out In The Storm. Crutchfield recorded the new LP in Philadelphia, with the veteran Dinosaur Jr./Sonic Youth collaborator John Agnello producing. Crutchfield’s twin si...
  • There's A Honey - Pale Waves
    Silent Tapes direct this performance video with an iridescent glow for Pale Waves. Remember that parachute game in primary school where you'd get to run under it as it billowed and rippled above you? Well now imagine that scenario but you're all grown up, you're in a band and instead of every colour of the rainbow you're left to exclusively deal in pink and blue hues....
  • Paint Me Silver - Pond
    Australian psych-rockers Pond will release a new album called The Weather early next month, and just a couple of weeks ago we heard its title track. Today, the band offered up their new song “Paint Me Silver,” which comes with an exceedingly trippy video. In the clip, a bunch of holographic aliens dance around a suburban home before they’re catapulted back to outer sp...