Adia Victoria appeared as the musical guest on last night’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. She performed “Dead Eyes,” from her latest album, Beyond The Bloodhounds, out now on Canvasback. Watch the performance below and see Adia Victoria on tour.
The Head and the Heart were last night’s musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The band performed “Lost In My Mind” and the latest single “All We Ever Knew,” which appears on the forthcoming album, Signs of Light, out September 9th via Warner Bros. Records. Watch the performances below and see The Head and the Heart on tour.
Mumford & Sons were the musical guest on the latest episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The band performed “Wona” and “There Will Be Time,” featuring Senegalese musician Baaba Maal and South African pop band Beatenberg. The songs appears on the band’s latest EP, Johannesburg, out now. Watch the performance below and see Mumford & Sons on tour.
Tokyo Police Club premiered a video for the song “Not My Girl,” via Interview Magazine. Produced by MuchFACT, the video follows the crumbling relationship of a couple wearing bright blue alien masks while the pair attempts to move on from one another. The track appears on the band’s latest EP, Melon Collie And The Infinite Radness (Part 1), out now on Team 8 Recordings. Watch the video below and see Tokyo Police Club on tour.
Band of Skulls appeared as the musical guest on last night’s episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers. The band performed, “Bodies,” from their latest album By Default, out now on BMG. Watch the performance below and see Band of Skulls on tour.
Jenny Hval released a new video for the track “Female Vampire.” Hval explains “[the crew] wanted to explore vampiric eternity in a different narrative: in a group of romancing friends.” The song appears on the upcoming album Blood Bitches, out September 30th via Sacred Bones Records. Watch the video below and see Jenny Hval on tour.
Brett Dennen talked with ABC News about why he prefers live music and performed the song, “Cassidy,” from his latest album Por Favor, out now on Elektra Records. Watch the video of the performance below and see Brett Dennen on tour.
Little Green Cars premiered a video for the track “Clair De Lune.” Clash describes the video as having “a soft, pastoral beauty, one that is set against some probing, deeply personal lyrics.” The song appears on the band’s latest album, Ephemera, out now via Glassnote. Watch the video below.
The Tallest Man on Earth released a video for the track “Time Of The Blue.” Directed by Rolf Nylinder, the video is described by Stereogum as “a simple portrait of Matsson performing the song beside a full-body mirror intercut by images of a rustic rural landscape.” The song comes as the first follow-up to last year’s Dark Bird Is Home, out on Dead Oceans. Watch the video below and see The Tallest Man on Earth on tour.
Wye Oak released a video for the track “Watching the Waiting.” Directed by Michael Patrick O’Leary and Ashley North Compton, the video shows the duo appearing in masks and mirrors, and according to the band, deals with how “we struggle when presented with our own images.” The song appears on the album, Tween, which is out now digitally and will be released physically August 5th via Merge Records. Watch the video below and see Wye Oak on tour.