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When some of us get bored, we nap. But slacking off has never been so extreme as when Aussie duo Bleeding Knees Club take it to the wind and get all Harry Potter on us in their latest video for “Nothing to Do”, title track from their upcoming debut album.
The handful of Italian indie bands who make it stateside is a pitiable few, but Bologna’s lush sextet A Classic Education have already worked their charms around the world, with shows played with the likes of Arcade Fire, Crystal Stilts and Wolf Parade.
It’s Dane week around here. Danish indie band The Foreign Resort has just released the official video for their epic song, “Take A Walk,” from their most recent EP (and first US release, on Monolathe Recordings), The Foreign Resort.
This video by Secretly Jag for “So Far Away”, the single from A Place to Bury Strangers is a blooming hipstamatic flower. The washed out stop motion action follows the band on tour in a far away land (Europe) with beautiful faeries and mead, and strange architecture (one thing was leaning as if it’s about to fall over!). Oliver (Ackermann), the front man in a Romanian Taxi driver outfit (the moustache) made me confuse him for Eugene Hütz, which is exactly the kind of insight you came here to get from me.
The incomparable Xiu Xiu will release Always on March 6th via Polyvinyl, on digital, CD and vinyl formats. The 12-track album will be released on white vinyl, and 500 limited edition copies of translucent pink vinyl will available through Polyvinyl mail order. To get fans geared up for the release, Xiu Xiu’s newest video, a dark and carnivalesque road trip-themed work for beat-heavy opening track “Hi”, was just premiered on Pitchfork.
Youth Lagoon, known to his friends as Trevor Powers, has just premiered a new video for his song “July”, directed …Read the Rest
The Maccabees Unveil Latest Video, “Feel to Follow”, from Third Studio Album, Out January 9 in the UK
The Maccabees give us a more soulful, bittersweet side with “Feel to Follow”, with their latest moody video, from their upcoming release Given to the Wild. The Brighton-based band’s third studio album, with which guitarist Felix White promises to have captured what they “really wanted The Maccabees to sound like”, reports NME, will be released January 9 in the UK.
Post-ABBA music history teaches that Swedish musicians take pop extremely seriously. Miike Snow, following suit, released their 2009 self-titled rookie: the sincere singles were swallowed whole, lightening the vacuous caverns of primetime television soundtracks for Gossip Girl and the reboots of Melrose Place and 90210…
CREEP’s latest video for “Animals” (feat. Holly Miranda) breathes desperation into the urban condition. Their signature staccato snare & choral violin production lends agreeably to the industrial isolationist backdrop.
The Good Natured, the UK’s cheery dark-pop trio, have released a free download of their latest stylish noir video, “Video Voyeur”, via their Facebook page. The song’s sassy, electro pop, reminiscent of The Sounds, is a teaser of what’s to come…