Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Watch: Naomi Punk Share "Firehouse Face" Music Video

Olympia/Seattle's post-punk band Naomi Punk have shared the video for their latest single "Firehouse Face".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their sophomore album 'Television Man', released yesterday (August 5) via Captured Tracks. Get your copy here.

Take a look at the video below.

Watch: Austra Reveal Music Video For "Doepfer"

Canadian wave pop band Austra have unleashed the music video for their new single "Doepfer".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their latest 4-track EP 'Habitat', released back in June via Paper Bag Records. Get your copy here.

In this new video, directed by Adrienne Crossman and Maya Postepski, the band pays homage to analog synths and the entire decade the the 60s.

Take a look below.


Website: austramusic.com

Watch: Eyedress Drops New Video For "My Hologram (Nothing Special)"

Filipino 23-year-old bedroom producer Idris Vicuña aka Eyedress, has dropped a new video for his latest single "My Hologram (Nothing Special)".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from his debut mixtape 'Hearing Colors', which collects material made by Eyedress over the past couple of years in his bedroom in Manila, the Philippines, and was released for free back in April. 

Take a look at the animated and surreal video below.


Website: eyedress.hearing-colors.com

Watch: The Courteeners Air Music Video For New Single "How Good It Was"

Manchester indie rockers The Courteeners have aired the video for their new single "How Good It Was".

The song features on the band's upcoming new album 'Concrete Love', set to be released on on August 18. Pre-order your copy here.

According to Liam Fray, the video (directed by Joe Connor) attempts "to highlight that the past can exert too much power over the here and now." 

Watch it below.


Website: thecourteeners.com