Destroyer premiered a video for the track, “Times Square.” Directed by Shayne Ehman, the video is entirely made with stop-motion animation. The song appears on the upcoming album, Poison Season, due out tomorrow via Merge/Dead Oceans. The album will also feature the previously-released tracks “Girl in a Sling” and “Dream Lover.” Watch the video below and see Destroyer on tour.
Potty Mouth premiered the video for their track, “Cherry Picking.” The song appears on the EP, Potty Mouth, out now via Planet Whatever, the band’s own label. Watch the video below and see Potty Mouth on tour.
NE-HI premiered the video for their new track, “Turncoat,” via Noisey. In the feature interview with the band, Noisey describes the track as, “…bucolic yet devastating, in that simple way that one look at the vast Midwest can shrink you to down to size.” Listen to the track below and see NE-HI on tour.
Bully appeared as the musical guest on Conan last night. They performed the song “Trying,” from their album, Feels Like, out now on Startime International/Columbia Records. Watch the performance below and see Bully on tour.
Micachu & The Shapes released a new video for the track “Sea Air.” The song will appear on the upcoming album, Good Sad Happy Bad, due out September 11th on Rough Trade. The album will also feature the previously-released songs “Sad” and “Oh Baby.” Watch the video for “Sea Air” below and see Micachu & The Shapes on tour.
Beirut released the video for their new track, “Gibraltar.” Directed by Brother Willis, the video follows the band as they traverse an island. The song will appear on the band’s forthcoming album, No No No, out September 11th, via 4AD. The previously released track, ”No No No,” will also appear on the album. Watch the video below and see Beirut on tour.
Jason Isbell appeared as the musical guest on Conan last night. He performed the song “24 Frames,” from his new album, Something More Than Free, out now on Southeastern Records. Watch the performance below and see Jason Isbell on tour.
Born Ruffians debuted a new video for the track, “We Made It.” The song will appear on the forthcoming record, Ruff, due out October 2nd, via Paper Bag Records/Yep Roc Records. Watch the video below and see Born Ruffians on tour.