Seapony’s first full-length album, Go With Me is out right now on Hardly Art, and now the group has matched the album with a brand new video.
The group’s new video off of the album is for the song “Where We Go” and features some pretty dramatic scenes that I won’t spoil for you. Check it out here and look for Seapony’s Go With Me wherever you get your music fix.
Noah and the Whale have already released one video from the group’s acclaimed new album Last Night on Earth. The video for “L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N.” is already out on the webs, but the band is wasting no time.
Noah and The Whale released a new video, directed and edited by lead singer Charlie Fink, for the song “Tonight’s the Kind of Night.” The video features a boy ditching his home town for the open road. Check it out right here.
Besides a new music video, the band has also announced plans for a May/June U.S. tour! You can see Noah and the Whale when they come through on these dates:
May 24 – San Diego, CA @ San Diego Woman’s Club
May 25 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theater
May 26 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
May 27 – San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
May 29 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
May 30 – George, WA @ Sasquatch Festival
June 2 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Club Sound
June 3 – Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre **
June 4 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
June 6 – Santa Fe, NM @ Santa Fe Brewing Co.
June 8 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
June 9 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
June 10 – Dallas, TX @ Club Dada
June 11 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s Upstairs
June 13 – New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks
June 15 – Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
June 16 – Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theater
June 17 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club
June 18 – New York, NY @ Irving Plaza
** newly announced date
The Soft Moon delights in a brand of fuzz-punk that leaves you feeling slightly uneasy in a good way. Luckily, Moon (aka Luis Vasquez) has released a video for one of his live performances. The haunting music is even more affecting when it’s accompanied with the flashing, colorless video, as it is for the song “Tiny Spiders.”
Soft Moon released a self-titled debut late last year on Captured Tracks, and is now out touring behind it. Check out his schedule after the video (found here).
03/16 Austin, TX – Red 7 (Force Field PR / Terrorbird Day Party)
03/16 Austin, TX – Nuvola (Primavera Sound Festival Party)
03/17 Austin, TX – Austin Museum of Art (G-House Presents Showcase)
03/17 Austin, TX – Beerland (Sacred Bones Records Party)
03/17 Austin, TX – Urban Outfitters (Urban Outfitters Party)
03/18 Austin, TX – The East Side Drive-In (Pitchfork Party)
03/18 Austin, TX – Klub Krucial (Mexican Summer / Gorilla vs. Bear Showcase)
03/30 San Francisco, CA – 103 Harriet *
04/30 Austin, TX – The East Side Drive-In (Austin Psych Fest)
^ = w/ Autolux
* = w/ Salem
The Whigs have released a band-directed music video for the song “So Lonely.” The song comes from the band’s current album In The Dark and the video features a lot of nifty editing to go along with the incredibly catchy song. The Whigs just started a European tour with Kings of Leon.
Check it out their self-directed video right here:
Chilly Gonzalez had already made quite the name for himself as a producer by earning a Grammy nod for producing Fiest’s album The Reminder, but 2010 showed he was also quite the artist as well.
His album/movie Ivory Tower was a pleasant surprise and now Gonzalez has released a new video from the song “You Can Dance.” The video focuses on one subject very closely…you’ll see what I mean. Check it out right here.
Some artists shy away from what could be considered controversial content in their music videos. The Glass gleefully dive in to questionable content headfirst, showing the (very negative) effects of drug use on their video for the song “Four Four Letter” in stark black and white contrast.
The song is off of the band’s latest At Swim Two Birds, which is out via Plant Music. You can also hear the Black Van remix of the song “Four Four Letter” right here.