Bill Callahan released a video for the track “Javelin Unlanding.” Directed by Hanly Banks and Chris Rusch, the video features Callahan as the moon floating through space. “Javelin Unlanding” appears on Dream River, out now via Drag City. Watch the video below.
Sufjan Stevens premiered a new track, “A Little Lost.” The cover song will appear on Red Hot Organization‘s Arthur Russell tribute album, Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell, out October 21st via Yep Roc. Listen to “A Little Lost.”
Billions would like to proudly announce the latest addition to our roster, Lavender Country. Formed in 1972, the band’s self-titled album released in 1973 is often lauded as the first openly gay country music album. The album focuses primarily on singer Patrick Haggerty’s experiences as a gay man navigating a changing cultural and political climate in the Pacific Northwest. He designed Lavender Country as a vehicle for valid cultural communications intended to resonate with those unable to access similar resources.
Billions would like to proudly announce the newest addition to our roster, Band of Skulls. Breaking out of the blocks as Band of Skulls in 2008, having initially played together under a different guise for the previous four years, the Southampton trio, formed of Russell Marsden (guitar, vocals), Emma Richardson (bass, vocals) and Matt Hayward (drums), first began to pique interest with the call and response vocal interplay of early single “I Know What I Am.” A debut, 2009’s Baby Darling Doll Face Honey, shortly followed alongside a host of glowing reviews praising the record’s dangerous, dusky charms and glam sensibilities.
Strand of Oaks released a video for the track “Same Emotions,” which appears on the album HEAL, out now on Dead Oceans. Written and directed by Austin Kearns, the video shows a boys’ night out taking a dark turn after being seduced by female vampires while bartender, Tim Showalter watches on. Watch “Same Emotions” and catch Strand of Oaks on tour.
Billions would like to proudly announce the newest addition to our roster, My Brother, My Brother and Me. My Brother, My Brother and Me is an advicecast for the modern era featuring three real-life brothers: Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy. They are experts in nothing whatsoever, but that doesn’t stop them from attempting to solve every question, query, and quandary posed by listeners of their top-rated podcast.