Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Watch: Deerhoof Share Music Video For "Flower"

San Francisco based indie-noise/pop group Deerhoof have shared the video for "Flower", a cut taken from their latest album 'Breakup Song', released back in 2012 via Polyvinyl Records.

About the clip drummer Greg Saunier says: 

"Filmed after hours in a new york chinese laundromat directed by Yuan Liu asian gang girls’ leather outfits handmade by sometime singer of morbid angel. Some have noticed that this was deerhoof’s second album to have a song called flower but actually it is the third".

Take a look at the video below.


Watch: Weeknight Reveal Music Video For "Dark Light"

New York electronic/dark pop duo Weeknight (aka Andy and Holly) have revealed the video for their fuzzy electro-pop track "Dark Light".

The song is taken from their forthcoming debut album 'Post-Everything', which will be out on March 4 via Artificial Records (a division of Hand Drawn Dracula). Pre-order the album here.

The video, directed by Austin M. Kearns, features the duo involved in a very creepy love affair...

Watch it below.

Watch: We Were Evergreen Share Music Video For New Single "Daughters"

London based indie/electro pop band We Were Evergreen have shared the video for their new single "Daughters" which will be out on March 3rd via Island Records.

The video, directed by Dominique Rocher, is a contemporary take on the Danaids myth inspired by Zbigniew Rybczynski award-winning 1981 animation short Tango. The video plays on the progressive overlapping of characters stuck in their own looped, hyperactive movements. All in one same room and shot in a single take.

Take a look below.