Show Me The Body premiered a video for the track “Body War.” DIY Magazine writes “[The song continues] to mark Show Me The Body out as something very special indeed.” The song appears on the band’s latest EP release on their new imprint, Corpus. Watch the video for “Body War” below and see Show Me The Body on tour.
Junior Boys premiered a new video for the track “Over It.” Directed by Lee Skinner, the video starts out in a depressing bar, and ends in a psychedelic greenscreen-equipped film studio. The song appears on the upcoming album, Big Black Coat, out February 5th via City Slang. The album features the previously-released title track. Watch the video below and see Junior Boys on tour.
Mount Moriah premiered a new video for the track “Baby Blue,” exclusively via Stereogum. The accompanying article states ”The intimacy of each moment captured on camera mimics the slow and heartfelt vocals and dusty instrumentation.” The song will be featured on the upcoming album, How To Dance, due out February 26nd via Merge. Watch the video below and see Mount Moriah on tour.
Beirut premiered a new video for the track, “Perth.” Directed by Clara Aranovich, the entire video was shot in split-screen, showing the same seashore in summer and winter, with a dancer traveling between the two. The song appears on the band’s album, No No No, out now on 4AD. Watch the video below.
Ben Abraham premiered a new video for the track “You And Me.” The Independent describes, “Abraham’s natural, easy charm and soft vocals complement the elegance of the video, and the overall effect is quite touching.” The track will appear on the upcoming album, Sirens, due out March 4th via Secretly Canadian. Watch the video below.
Shearwater premiered a new video for the track “Quiet Americans.” Stereogum explains, “Channeling albums like David Bowie’s Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) and the Talking Heads’ Remain In Light, the band’s lead singer and songwriter Jonathan Meiburg has used this new record to add some polished experimentation and drama to the band’s ever-evolving sound.” The track will appear on the upcoming album, Jet Plane and Oxbow, due out January 22nd via Sub Pop. Watch the video below and see Shearwater on tour.
Little Green Cars premiered a new video for the track “The Song They Play Every Night,” exclusively via DIY Magazine. The song will appear on the forthcoming album, Ephemera, due out March 11th on Glassnote. Watch the video below and see Little Green Cars on tour.
Lawrence Rothman premiered a video for the song “H.” The video features Los Angeles-based dance group WIFE. The song appears on the upcoming album, The Book of Law, due out in 2016 via Downtown Records. The album features the previously-released track “USERS.” Watch the video below.
Bleached premiered a new video for the track “Keep On Keepin’ On.” Directed by Lana Kim, the video follows the band in everyday locations throughout Los Angeles, foreshadowing themes from lead singer Jen Calvin’s life. The song appears on the upcoming album, Welcome The Worms, due out April 1st via Dead Oceans. Watch the video below and catch Bleached on tour.
Neko Case premiered a video for the song “Man.” Directed by Austin Vesely, the video follows Case in an array of swirling colors and patterns as she performs the song alongside a pack of energetic dancing kids. The song appears on the 2013 album, The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You. It is also included on her recent vinyl discography box set, Truckdriver, Gladiator, Mule, out now on ANTI-. Watch the video below and see Neko Case on tour.