Death Cab For Cutie was last night’s musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. They performed “Black Sun” from their forthcoming album, Kintsugi, out March 31st via Atlantic. Watch the performance below and see Death Cab For Cutie on tour.
Will Bulter premiered a new video for the track “Anna.” The track and the previously released “Take My Side” will appear on the upcoming album Policy, out March 10th via Merge. Watch the video for “Anna” below and see Will Bulter on tour.
Two Gallants‘ latest album, We Are Undone, is streaming in full via The New York Times. The album features two previously released singles, “Incidental” and the title track. We Are Undone will be released February 3rd via ATO Records. Listen to the album and see Two Gallants on tour.
The Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musicians to acknowledge their artistic accomplishments. This year’s nominations include works by Arcade Fire, Chad VanGaalen, Daniel Lanois, Elliott BROOD, PUP, and Timber Timbre. This year’s ceremony will take place on March 15 in Hamilton.
Calexico premiered a new track, “Cumbia de Donde.” Band member Joey Burns describes the album’s influence to Pitchfork as “the ‘edge of the sun’ could be coming from the direction of darkness seeking light, or riding the line between both.” The song will appear on the forthcoming album Edge of the Sun, out April 14th via Anti-/ City Slang. Listen to “Cumbia de Donde” below.
Glen Hansard premiered a new track, “Being in Love.” The song will appear on the upcoming EP, It Was Triumph We Once Proposed…Songs of Jason Molina, a tribute to his late friend Jason Molina of Songs: Ohia. The album is due out March 17th via Overcoat Recordings. In 2000, Hansard and Songs: Ohia released a split 7″, and the forthcoming EP features members from Songs: Ohia. Listen to the song below and see Glen Hansard on tour.