Flock of Dimes premiered a new video, “Semaphore,” via NPR Music. The accompanying article hails the track as “comforting and triumphant.” “Semaphore” will appear on the forthcoming album, If You See Me, Say Yes, due out September 23rd via Partisan Records. Watch the video below and see Flock of Dimes on tour.
Glass Animals released a video for the track “Youth.” NPR describes, “The video’s aesthetic — dramatic slow-motion shots that volley between the two characters — matches the song’s melancholic, almost mournful tone.” The song appears on the upcoming album, How to be a Human Being, out August 26th via Wolf Tone. The album also includes the previously-released track, “Life Itself.” Watch the video below and see Glass Animals on tour.
Jah Wobble released a new video for the track “Cosmic Love.” The track features guest vocals from Aurora Dawn of Alabama 3. ”Cosmic Love” appears on the upcoming LP, Everything is No Thing, due out July 29th. Watch the video below and see Jah Wobble on tour.
Margaret Glaspy made her television debut last night on Conan. She performed “You And I” off her latest album Emotions and Math, out now via ATO Records. Watch the performance below and see Margaret Glaspy on tour.
Adam Torres premiered a new video for the song “Juniper Arms” via NPR. Directed by Brian Wiebe, the video is an homage to Albuquerque, where Adam was born, and to the landscape of his current residence of Austin, Texas. The song appears on the upcoming album Pearls to Swine, out September 9th on Fat Possum. Watch the video below and see Adam Torres on tour.
Gordi released a new video for the track “Wanting.” The video was directed by Nick Carlton and is described as “dark [and] evocative” by Stereogum, who also named Gordi an ‘Artist to Watch.’ “Wanting” appears on the EP, Clever Disguise, out now via Jagjaguwar. Watch the video below.
Little Green Cars released a video for the track “The Garden Of Death.” The Line of Best Fit describes the video as “bittersweet black and white visuals pair[ed] perfectly with LGC’s trembling folk-pop gorgeousness.” The song appears on the band’s latest album, Ephemera, out now via Glassnote. Watch the video below.
Wild Belle was the musical guest on last night’s episode of Conan. The band performed “Throw Down Your Guns,” from their latest album, Dreamland, out now via Columbia Records. Watch the performance below and see Wild Belle on tour.
Oh Pep! premiered a cover of Loudon Wainwright III’s song, “The Swimming Song,” via American Songwriter. The accompanying article describes the video as “lush natural scenes of a solo swimmer with found-esque footage of swimmers past.” The song is featured on Amazon Music’s new Songs Of Summer playlist and follows Oh Pep!’s latest album, Stadium Cake, out now via Dualtone. Watch the video below and see Oh Pep! on tour.