Directed by Jonny Look. Grizzly Bear release their long-awaited new album Painted Ruins, the follow-up to 2012’s Shields, on August 18 via RCA Records.
Mount Kimbie, the London-based electronic duo of Dominic Maker and Kai Campos, release their forthcoming new album Love What Survives on September 8 via Warp Records.
Patience, aka songwriter Roxanne Clifford of the beloved London indie-pop outfit Veronica Falls, may have begun as a solo refuge from the Manchester-born, LA-Resident’s band duties but White Of An Eye, her third single, is a fully formed, dancing-with-a tear-in-your-eye, confident Pop Moment. The attempt at shedding memories to embrace the present, an ode to… Read more »
Anna of the North today share a self-directed visual for Someone, shot on location in Miami, Florida. Of creating the video, Anna says “It’s a video made in Miami but it’s certainly not a stereotypical Miami video. The ‘party’ side to cities like Miami can feel vacuous, making them the loneliest places in the world,… Read more »
The War on Drugs recently announced their forthcoming new album A Deeper Understanding will be released on August 25 via Atlantic. Adam Granduciel worked on A Deeper Understanding with engineer Shawn Everett and his bandmates: bassist Dave Hartley, keyboarding Robbie Bennett, drummer Charlie Hall and multi-instrumentalists Anthony LaMarca and Jon Natchez. The group emphasized in a statement that this… Read more »
Directed by Matilda Finn. Atrocity Exhibition is out now on Warp Records.
Directed by Crowns & Owls. Hercules & Love Affair release their new album Omnion on September 1 via Beat Big Records. Pre-order here.
Directed by Jon Emmony. The Horrors will release their forthcoming fifth studio-album V on September 22 via Wolftone/Caroline.
Brooklyn-based artist Frankie Rose will release her exceptional new album Cage Tropical on August 11 via Slumberland Records and Grey Market.
Directed by Scott Cudmore. Feist‘s new album Pleasure is out now on Interscope.