Foy Vance was the musical guest on The Late Late Show with James Corden earlier this week. He performed “Upbeat Feelgood” from his album The Wild Swan, available now via Gingerbread Man Records. Watch the performance below and see Foy Vance on tour.
Jenny Hval released a video for the song “Conceptual Romance.” Spin describes the video as depicting “the kind of thing a coven of art students at a haunted boarding school might get up to on the weekend.” The song, along with the previously released track “Female Vampire” appears on her upcoming album, Blood Bitch, due out September 30th via Sacred Bones Records. Watch the video below and see Jenny Hval on tour.
Angel Olsen was the musical guest on last night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She performed “Shut Up Kiss Me” from her upcoming album My Woman, due out September 2nd via Jagjaguwar. Watch the performance below and see Angel Olsen on tour.
Billions proudly announces our newest client, serpentwithfeet. After spending years studying as a classical vocalist, 27-year-old Baltimore-born artist serpentwithfeet (a nom de plume for Josiah Wise) spent time drifting around Paris and London before eventually landing in NYC. It was here that his music–a confluence of gospel and classically-inflected electronica–began to truly take shape.
Bon Iver released a lyric video for the track, “33 ‘God’.” Rolling Stone describes the song as “dynamic and soulful” with “lush atmospheres, distorted noise, [and] unusual samples.” The song is the third single from their upcoming record, 22, A Million, due out September 30rd via Jagjaguwar, following the previously released tracks “22 (OVER S∞∞N)” and “10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄.” Watch the video below and see Bon Iver live.
Car Seat Headrest made their network television debut on last night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The band performed “Fill In The Blank” from their album Teens of Denial, out now via Matador Records. Watch the performance below and see Car Seat Headrest on tour.