Yuck Premiere Video Alongside Tour Updates

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U.K. band Yuck has updated their touring schedule, alongside dropping a new NSFW (and kind of creepy) music video to accompany the song “Shook Down.”

The band just wrapped up playing the Pitchfork Music Festival, along with several other show dates around the midwest region of the country. The band will be touring throughout July.

“All Shook Down” is a very soothing and peaceful song which makes the contrast with the music video much more creepy. Check it out right here

and look for Yuck at Pitchfork and these other dates:

7/28: Cellar Door, Visalia, CA *

7/29: Casbah, San Diego, CA *

7/30: Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA *

10/8 – 10/9: Langerado, Sunrise, FL

 

* = w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra

The Strokes Release “Taken For a Fool” Video


In perhaps their coolest video yet, Modern Mystery favorites just launched a new one for “Taken For a Fool.” It’s so cool we’re just going to let it speak for itself. There are more Strokes in here then you’ll be able to handle. That’s not a bad thing.

The Boxcar Rebellion Ask You To “Step Out of the Car”

The Boxer Rebellion have put out their first music video for their upcoming album The Cold Still. The video for the song “Step Out of the Car” features director Giorgio Testi, whose work on Blur’s recent documentary Nowhere Left To Run netted him a Grammy nomination.

You can catch the video for “Step Out of the Car” below. If you find yourself enthralled, you can buy the single on iTunes right now.

The Cold Still will be available on iTunes on February 8th and everywhere else on March 8th.

New Collisions Announce Short Tour

 

New Collisions are enjoying a very positive, steady stream of buzz lately and with good reason. The band got picked to be on the CMJ music sampler CD (only 20 bands of the 1,000 that play get to be on it) and recorded their debut LP (The Optimist) in under ten days.

The album has gotten solid reviews and was featured as a full album premier on AOL Spinner. Now the group is releasing their first music video. The music video for the song “Dying Alone” which you can catch here:

http://player.vimeo.com/video/16352048

New Collisions – Dying Alone from Light Matter Films on Vimeo.

Now the band is ringing in the new year with style, with a quick jaunt on the road to build upon the heaps of positive buzz the band has already gotten. You can catch New Collisions at:

12/14 Westchester, NY @ TheCheapPop.com Holiday Benefit, Westchester Music Hall
12/17 New York, NY @ Crash Mansion
12/18 Dover, NH @ Dover Brick House
1/1 Allston, MA @ Great Scott w/ Plushgun

Active Child Release Music Video, Tour with White Lies

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Los Angeles-based artist Active Child released their new music video via Pitchfork for their new single “I’m In Your Church at Night”. The clip, directed by Petro Papahadjopoulos, has the craziest aesthetic ever: think pastry chefs cooking in the middle of a snowstorm. Regardless, its unearthly sound and electronic sound gives Active Child a new edge. They will also be touring England with White Lies next year. Check out the tour dates below, as well as the mind-boggling video here!

February:
04 – Cambridge, England – The Junction *
06 – Norfolk, England – UEA LCR Union House *
07 – Brighton, England – Com Exchange *
09 – Bristol, England – O2 Academy Bristol *
10 – London, England – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire *
13 – Leeds, England – O2 Academy Leeds *
14 – Birmingham, England – HMV Institute *
16 – Glasgow, Scotland – Barrowland *
17 – Newcastle, England – O2 Academy Newcastle *
18 – Manchester, England – Academy (Manchester University SU) *

* = w/ White Lies

New Collisions’ Debut Video

Boston’s New Collisions are (finally) releasing their first music video off of their lauded album The Optimist, with the track “Dying Alone.”

The band, which have already toured with Blondie and the B-52’s, filmed the video in a pretty fascinating way.

The group took seven days to film on some of the most popular spots in New York City, which in itself is not too unique. However, the group played their song verrry slooowly, so that when the tape was sped up, it looks like they are playing normally while everyone around them is at warp speed.

Check it.

http://player.vimeo.com/video/16352048

New Collisions – Dying Alone from Light Matter Films on Vimeo.