Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Watch: Franz Ferdinand Share New Video For "Love Illumination"

Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand have shared the video for "Love Illumination", the second single taken from their upcoming new album 'Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Actions' out on August 26th via Domino Records.

The song is part of our current playlist. Previously we already got the video for the album's first single "Right Action".

The video was directed by Tim Saccenti. Watch it below.

Pre-order Right Thoughts, Right Words,Right Action at Domino.

Watch: Ski Lodge Unveil New Video For "Boy"

Brooklyn-based indie pop band Ski Lodge have unveiled the video for "Boy", taken from their upcoming debut album 'Big Heart' out on August 20th via Dovecote Records.

The song is part of our current playlist

About the song, frontman Andrew Marr said: "I guess for me the song is about feeling trapped and feeling like a total victim of circumstance. Whether it's in a relationship, or in a city, or a job. Just like, 'I’m dying, get me the fuck out of this place, it's not my fault I’m here.'"

The video was directed by Tucker Bliss and Beau Burrows. Watch it below.

Listen A Snippet of Kitchens Of Distinction New Song "Oak Tree"

3 Loop Music have shared a sneaky snippet of the new Kitchens Of Distinction upcoming album, set for September release. The 10 track new album, will be KOD's first release since 1994's Cowboys and Aliens.

The 30-second video entitled "Oak Tree" was posted on the label's Facebook, of which Fitzgerald noted:

"The instrumental version of the opening track. Don’t let the gentle start fool you."

Have a listen below.

Watch: The Love Language Reveal "Calm Down" Music Video

North Carolina singer-songwriter Stuart McLamb's indie-pop band The Love Language have revealed the video for "Calm Down", the opening track on their just released third full-lenght 'Ruby Red', out via Merge.

The song is part of our current playlist

The video was directed by Jonny Gillette and features an astronaut having a terrible day, and after a string of bad luck, he has a galactic freak out.

Watch it below. 

Prebab Sprout To Release New Album 'Crimson/Red' In October

British act Prefab Sprout will release a new studio album titled 'Crimson/Red' on October 7th through Icebreaker Records, and distributed by Warner ADA.

Last month, a leak of ten previously unreleased songs on Soundcloud led to speculation that a new Prefab Sprout album was being recorded and now the news has been confirmed by

The album is their first since the 2009 release of Let’s Change the World With Music, a collection that actually had been mostly recorded in the early ’90s as an aborted follow-up to Jordan: The Comeback.

The tracklist is as follows:

1.  The Best Jewel Thief In The World
2. The List of Impossible Things
3. Adolescence
4. Grief Built The Taj Mahal
5. Devil Came A Calling
6. Billy
7. The Dreamer
8. The Songs Of Danny Galway
9. The Old Magician
10. Mysterious

Watch: Holy Holy Share "Impossible Like You" Music Video

Aussie pair Holy Holy (aka singer/songwriter Timothy Carroll from Brisbane and guitarist/producer Oscar Dawson from Melbourne), have shared the video for their awesome debut single "Impossible Like You". 

The song is part of our current playlist Featuring cascading glassy guitar lines and wandering analogue synth parts the track is driven by a syncopated drum line with a wild wash of shuffling cymbals. 

"Impossible Like You" will be included on their upcoming debut full-lenght 'When the Storms Would Come', which was crafted and demoed when the pair were staying in Berlin in 2011, however it was finally recorded and produced back on Australian soil with reclusive producer and collaborator Matt Redlich. 

The video was directed by Anthony Salsone. Watch it below.

Get the single from iTunes.

Watch: PINS Unveil New Video For "Get With Me"

Manchester four-piece PINS have unveiled the video for their latest single "Get With Me", taken from their upcoming debut album 'Girls Like Us', out on September 30th via Bella Union. The song is part of our current playlist

The video was shot on Super 8 film in Brighton, UK by guitarist Lois MacDonald, who explains: "As a song, 'Get With Me' bears resemblance to the Dum Dum Girls: It's a driving hip-shaker that blends post-punk's sharp angles with surf rock's loose harmonies. As a video, 'Get With Me' catches PINS 'having a great time doing what we love, which evidently includes dancing on a beach in the English sun. It's infectious.' 

"We are a little captivated with analog equipment, we love the rawness and tangibility of doing things this way." MacDonald adds.

Check out the video below.

Pre-order Pins debut album HERE.