Mumford & Sons released a new video for the track “The Wolf,” which appears on their recent album, Wilder Mind, out now on Island/Glassnote. The video features live and behind the scenes footage from the band’s experience at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Watch the video below and see Mumford & Sons on tour.
Glen Hansard released a new video for the track “Winning Streak,” via NPR. This song is the first single from the new album, Didn’t He Ramble, out on September 18th via ANTI-. NPR describes the song as, “a charmingly easygoing track that adds to Hansard’s impressive catalog of songs conveying warm, hopeful encouragement.” Watch the video for “Winning Streak” below.
Beirut debuted a new video for the track “No No No.” Directed by Brother Willis, the video features the band performing the track in a variety of peculiar ways on a fictional TV show. The song will appear on the forthcoming album, No No No, out September 11th via 4AD. Watch the video below and see Beirut on tour.
Death Cab For Cutie premiered the video for the track “The Ghosts of Beverly Drive”. The video, directed by Robert Hales, follows the band as they embark on a Los Angeles star tour. “The Ghosts of Beverly Drive” is featured on the band’s most recent album, Kitsugi, out now via Atlantic Records. Watch the video below and see Death Cab For Cutie on tour.
Dawes appeared as the musical guest on Conan last night. They performed the song “Things Happen” from their new album, All Your Favorite Bands, out now on Hub Records. Watch the video below and see Dawes on tour.
Bully premiered the video for the track “Trying”. The video follows the band as they break into an abandoned amusement park and explore the desolate rides. “Trying” is featured on Bully’s upcoming debut album, Feels Like, out June 23rd via Columbia Records/Startime International. Watch “Trying” below and see Bully on tour.