Friday, April 12, 2013

Watch Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Release Video For "Let The Day Begin"

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have released a brand new music video for their cover of The Call’s "Let The Day Begin". 

"Let the Day Begin" is the first single taken from the band's recently released new album 'Specter At the Feast' and it is a tribute to The Call's frontman Michael Been, father of BRMC’s own Robert Levon Been. Michael died a few years ago, and BRMC decided to pay tribute to their late mentor by recording a version of his band’s biggest hit.

The song is part of our currrent playlist www.koolrockradio.com.
Watch the video for "Let the Day Begin" below.


'Specter At The Feast' is out now via Abstract Dragon. You can also download your copy from iTunes.

Beady Eye Reveal New Video For "Flick of the Finger"

Beady Eye have revealed the video for "Flick of the Finger", the lead single off their forthcoming new album 'Be'.

About the track, Beady Eye member Gem Archer told Shortlist magazine that the track was originally written for Oasis, it was previously named 'Velvet Building' and was planned for release in 2004 on Oasis EP. 

"It was on cassette, that's how long ago it was. We needed to re-record it anyway, and Kayvan came on board to do it. I just love that it's this heavy, heavy piece of wordage, but delivered by Fonejacker." Told Archer.

The track  has been changed since then, it has new lyrics, new-titled, and has been chosen as the lead track from Beady Eye' sophomore album.

The video was directed by David Sitek. Watch it below.


Beady Eye second LP is set for release on June 10.