Escondido premiered a video for the song “Try.” The video shows the duo gracefully floating beneath the surface of a dark, calm body of water. The song will be featured on their upcoming album, Walking With a Stranger, due out February 2016. Watch the video below and see Escondido on tour.
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings premiered a video for the song “White Christmas.” The track appears on the bands new holiday album, It’s A Holiday Soul Party, out now via Daptone Records. Watch the video below.
Rocket From The Tombs released a new track, “Welcome To The New Dark Ages.” The track appears on the bands latest album, Black Record, out now via Fire Records. The album features the previously-released track “Cooopy (Schrödinger’s Refrigerator).” Watch the accompanying lyric video for “Welcome To The News Dark Ages” below and see Rocket From The Tombs on tour.
Glen Hansard appeared as the musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Hansard performed the song “Lowly Deserter” from his latest album, Didn’t He Ramble, out now via ANTI-. Watch the performance below and see Glen Hansard on tour.
James Supercave premiered a video for the song “Better Strange,” via Nerdist. The animated video is directed by Moxie Bellucci, who mashed up the song with visuals from the award-winning 2014 short film Half Wet by Sophia Koko Gate. The song is the title track on the upcoming debut album, due out early next year via Fairfax Recordings. Watch the video.
Glen Hansard premiered a new video for the song “My Little Ruin.” The premiere is accompanied by a feature interview with The Daily Beast. The song appears on Hansard’s latest album, Didn’t He Ramble, out now via ANTI-. The album features the previously-released track “Winning Streak.” Watch the video below and see Glen Hansard on tour.
Joanna Newsom was the musical guest on the latest episode of Later…with Jools Holland. Joanna performed “Leaving The City,” which is featured on her latest album, Divers, out now via Drag City. Watch the performance below and see Joanna on tour.
Will Butler premiered a new video for the song “What I Want.” Directed by Brantley Gutierrez, the video features actress Jennifer Morrison and a surprise cameo from musician Perry Farrell. The song appears on the album Policy, out now via Merge. Watch the video for “What I Want” below.
Calexico premiered a video for the track “Bullets & Rocks.” Directed by Aaron Hymes, the animated video depicts a dream sequence of human-like figures merging into canyon landscapes. “Bullets & Rocks” appears on the album Edge Of The Sun, out now on ANTI-/City Slang. Watch the video below.