Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Watch: Hawaiian Gremlins Unleash Music Video For New Single "Give It Up"

Mexican shoegaze/lo-fi/new wave band Hawaiian Gremlins have unleashed the video for their new single "Give It Up."

Composed by Santiago, Paco y ElĂ­as, the trio have revealed that they find inspiration in bands such as The Smiths, Happy Mondays, Psychedelic Furs and even Hombres G.  

The song has been added to our current playlist and is the second single taken from their upcoming EP 'Girls', which will be released on February 21, via Sicario Music.

The VHS tape-style video features the band performing the song mixed with funny animated images, you'll see pieces of pizza, a dog, some dancing sharks, ghosts, Earl Sinclair and gremlins of course... 

Take a look below.


Watch: Tacocat Unveil New Video For "Crimson Wave"

Seattle based bubblegummy garage-pop quartet Tacocat have unveiled the video for their new single "Crimson Wave".

The song is is the second single taken from the band's second full-length album 'NVM', which will be out on February 25 via Hardly Art Records. Pre-order you copy here.

The funny video was directed by Marcy Stone-Francois. Watch it below.


Watch: Band Of Skulls Release "Nightmares" Music Video

British indie rock outfit Band Of Skulls have released the video for their latest single "Nightmares".

The song is part of our current playlist and is the second single taken from their new album 'Himalayan'. 

Produced by Ian Davenport (Supergrass, Badly Drawn Boy), the band's upcoming album will be released on 31 March. Pre-order you copy here.

Check out the video below.


Website: bandofskulls.com

Watch: Metronomy Premiere Music Video For "Love Letters"

British indie dance band Metronomy have premiered the video for their latest single "Love Letters".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their fourth studio album of the same name, set to be released on March 10 through Because Music/Elektra Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Directed by Michel Gondry (who has previously worked with artists such as Daft Punk, The White Stripes, Radiohead and Beck.), the clip features the band performing the song into an animated psychedelic set.

In a statement, Metronomy's Joe Mount said, "To work with Michel was a real joy, he's a very unpretentious and easy going guy. We're all easy going guys too so the day was very easy going. The video is everything we could have hoped for, it's simple but skillful and really highlights the art of tambourine playing."

Take a look below.