Lord Huron premiered a new video for the song “The World Ender,” via The A.V. Club. Directed by Ariel Vida, the video follows a man as he seeks revenge on those that have wronged him in and around a small Western-styled town. The song appears on the album Strange Trails, out now on IAMSOUND. Watch the video below and see Lord Huron on tour.
Amason released a video for their cover of Foreigner’s ”I Want To Know What Love Is.” Directed by Filip Nilsson, the video follows a man’s international quest to find the yeti. The song appears on the band’s cover EP, California Airport Love, out now via INGRID, and is a follow-up to the band’s debut album, Sky City. Watch the video below.
Pure Bathing Culture premiered a video for the track “She Shakes.” In a statement to Billboard, the band explains, “We wanted [the video] to take place somewhere beautiful and we wanted the expression to honor one of the most important aspects of our music, which is our connection to each other.” The track appears on the album Pray For Rain, out now via Partisan. Watch the video below and see Pure Bathing Culture on tour.
Foy Vance released a video for the track “She Burns.” The video was directed by Gus Black and features actress Lucy Hale from the TV Series Pretty Little Liars. The song appears on the upcoming album, The Wild Swan, due out May 13th via Gingerbread Man Records. The album includes the previously-released tracks “Noam Chomsky Is A Soft Revolution,” ”Ziggy Looked Me In The Eye,” and “Upbeat Feelgood.” Watch the video below and see see Foy Vance on tour.
The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers released a video for the track “Heavenly Fire.” The video was directed by Matt Wignall and shot at Joshua Tree National Park in the afternoon and dusk to capture the ‘golden hour’ effect. The song appears on the band’s album, Heavenly Fire, out now via Ba Da Bing Records. Watch the video below and see The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers on tour.
Jason Isbell was the musical guest on the latest episode of Later…with Jools Holland. Jason performed “The Life You Chose,” from his new album, Something More Than Free, out now via Southeastern Records. Watch the full episode and see Jason Isbell on tour.
The Pack A.D. premiered a video for the track “So What,” via Exclaim. Directed by Matt Leaf, the video finds vocalist and guitarist Becky Black hopping into her car to go for a spin, but a flash of light beams her into an alien craft. The song is expected to appear on the band’s next upcoming album, due out via Cadence Music Group. Watch the video below and see The Pack A.D. on tour.
Death Cab For Cutie released a video for the track “Good Help (Is So Hard To Find),” via Stereogum. Directed by Walter Robot, the video puts together an animated dystopia, where cavemen work as office drones and one particular caveman suddenly, and fleetingly, becomes special. The song appears on the album, Kintsugi, out now via Atlantic. Watch the video below and see Death Cab For Cutie on tour.
Wild Belle was the musical guest on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The band performed “Throw Down Your Guns,” from the upcoming album Dreamland, out April 15 via Columbia Records. Watch the performance below and see Wild Belle on tour.