Valerie June visited CBS This Morning: Saturday this past weekend. She performed the track “Somebody to Love,” off the album Pushin’ Against a Stone, out now on Concord. Watch her performance below and see Valerie June on tour.
Angel Olsen premiered a new video for the track “Forgiven/Forgotten.” Directed by Zia Anger, the video depicts Olsen ending a relationship with a mysterious figure. “Forgiven/Forgotten” appears on the forthcoming album, Burn Your Fire For No Witness, out February 18th via Jagjaguwar. Watch the video below and see Angel Olsen on tour.
Born Ruffians premiered a video for the track “6-5000.” Directed by Mike Juneau, the video depicts the band performing on a farm alongside the collapse of a massive barn. “6-5000″ appears on the album Birthmarks, out now on Paper Bag Records/Yep Roc. Watch the video below.
Milosh debuted a new video for the song “This Time.” The video features Milosh and his wife traveling the world together. “This Time” appears on the album Jetlag, out now via Deadly. Watch the video below.
Arcade Fire premiered a video for the track “Afterlife.” Directed by Emily Kai Bock, the video focuses on the lives of individual members of a roadside flower salesman’s family. “Afterlife” appears on the album Reflektor, out now on Merge Records. Watch the video below and see Arcade Fire on tour.
Rathborne released a new video for the track “SOFT,” premiered by SPIN. Directed by Jack Schurman, the video features psychedelic footage of the band performing. “SOFT” is the title track of Rathborne’s latest album, out now via True Believer/Dilletante. Watch the video below and see Rathborne on tour.
Snowmine debuted a video for their track, “Rome.” The video utilizes found footage of fighter jets and and moon landings. “Rome” will be included on the band’s forthcoming album, Dialects, due out February 4th. Watch the video below and see Snowmine on tour.
The Dodos released a video for their track, “Transformer.” Drawn and directed by Spencer Hicks, the video is a quirky animation telling the story of a lonely man, a cross-eyed dog, and umbrella people. The song was included on the Dodos’ latest album, Carrier, which was released in August on Polyvinyl. Watch the video below.
Midlake were featured in an episode of the web series Off Main St. Throughout the episode, the band takes viewers around their hometown of Denton, TX, showing off their favorite local haunts and hangouts–including the band’s own Paschall Bar– as well as their former homes and schools. The video also features clips of Midlake performing tracks from the recently released album, Antiphon (out now via ATO Records). Watch the full episode below, courtesy of Rolling Stone, and see Midlake on tour.
Shearwater debuted a video for the song “I Luv The Valley OH!” The video features two astronauts exploring a mysterious planet. ”I Luv The Valley OH!” is a cover of Xiu Xiu‘s track from 2004 and will be included alongside other covers on Shearwater’s upcoming album, Fellow Travelers, out November 26th via Sub Pop. Watch the video below and see Shearwater on tour.