Justin Townes Earle premiered a video for the song “Maybe a Moment” via Billboard. The accompanying article states that the video “is a bit of a blast from the past for the singer-songwriter.” “Maybe a Moment,” along with the previously released songs “Champagne Corolla” and “Faded Valentine,” is featured on his upcoming album, Kids in the Street, due out May 26 via New West Records. Watch the video below and see Justin Townes Earle on tour. (more…)
The Head and the Heart appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night. They performed “All We Ever Knew,” off their latest album Signs of Light, available now via Warner Bros. Records. Watch the performance below and see The Head and the Heart on tour. (more…)
Rostam released a video for the song “Gwan.” Stereogum writes that the video “finds a lot of beauty in the simple act of Rostam traversing various parts of New York City.” Watch the video below and see Rostam live. (more…)
Meat Wave premiered a video for the track “Bad Man” via Goldflakepaint. The accompanying article calls it “one of the most inspired videos we’ve seen so far this year.” The song, along with the previously released tracks “Run You Out” and “The Incessant,” are featured on their recently released album, The Incessant, available now via SideOneDummy. Watch the video below and see Meat Wave on tour. (more…)
Car Seat Headrest was the musical guest on last night’s episode of Conan. The band performed “Unforgiving Girl (She’s Not An)” from their album Teens of Denial, available now via Matador Records. Watch the performance below and see Car Seat Headrest live. (more…)
Dams of the West premiered a video for the song “Flag on the Can,” via BrooklynVegan. In a statement to BrooklynVegan, Dams of the West’s Chris Tomson explains “the video for ‘Flag on the Can’ was inspired by the something I once saw at McDonald’s restaurant #7147.” The song, as well as the previously released track “Tell The Truth,” appears on his recently released album, Youngish American, available now via 30th Century Records. Watch the video below and see Dams of the West live. (more…)
Hurray for the Riff Raff released a video for the track “Be My Baby.” NPR Music praises the video for having “the studious, loving diligence that’s consistently characterized her work to date.” Hurray For The Riff Raff’s “Be My Baby” cover is available via Amazon’s Love Me, Love Me Not series. Watch the video below and see Hurray for the Riff Raff on tour.
Future Islands appeared on Conan last night. Stereogum says, “Future Islands are one of the great must-see bands out there on the late-night live-performance circuit.” They performed “Cave,” from their latest album, The Far Field, available now via 4AD. Watch the performance below and see Future Islands on tour.
Mykki Blanco premiered a video for the song “Hideaway” via W Magazine. The accompanying article writes that the video was released in recognition of National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and praises the track for “toy[ing] with hip hop tropes, queering them and lending power to the rapper.” The song appears on his recently released album, Mykki, available now via !K7 Records. Watch the video below and see Mykki Blanco live. (more…)
Timber Timbre premiered a video for the track “Grifting” via The Fader. The accompanying article praises the video for having a “grave atmosphere” that’s “ideal for the track.” The song, along with the previously released track “Sewer Blues,” is featured on their album, Sincerely, Future Pollution, available now via City Slang. Watch the video below and see Timber Timbre on tour. (more…)