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Video: Cymbals Eat Guitars – Laramie

Taken from their excellent new album, LOSE, comes the Milton-Ladd-directed video for Laramie by Cymbals Eat Guitars. LOSE is available now through Tough Love.

Video: Lace Curtains – The Fly

Lace Curtains, the project of Michael Coomers, have dropped a brilliant video for their catchy new track, The Fly. The track is lifted off the groups upcoming new album, A Signed Piece Of Paper, due October 28 on Female Fantasy.

Iceage – Forever

Following the Rockabilly/Libertines-flavored lead single The Lord’s Favorite, comes the second single off Iceage‘s forthcoming new album Plowing Into the Field of Love. The Danish punk quartets’ latest offering, Forever, sees frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt channelling his inner Nick Cave with a truly intense vocal performance pushing him into the spotlight as one of the… Read more »

Bed. – Wayward

Back in March I posted Bother, the debut release by Bed. the self-professed “slow-fi” project of Portland, Oregon duo Alex Haager and Sierra Frost. This week the group are back with a great new single entitled Wayward, an easy-going indie release with plenty to like about it. Watch the Lisa Donato / Jeffrey Schwinghammer-directed video… Read more »

Video: Girl Band – De Bom Bom

Fresh from their wild performance at Electric Picnic, Dublin rockers Girl Band have unleashed the video to their blistering, unforgettably brilliant new single De Bom Bom. Shot in black and white, the video serves as the calmer side to an otherwise frenetic and exhilarating release. The single dropped today via Any Other City Records. Take… Read more »

Video: Zola Jesus – Dangerous Days

Taken from her upcoming new record Taiga, Zola Jesus has unveiled the Tim Saccenti-directed video to its lead single, Dangerous Days. Taiga is due October 7 via Mute Records.

Video: Grimes – Go (feat. Blood Diamonds)

Inspired by Dante’s Inferno, Grimes has shared the Roco-Prime-directed video to her latest single Go. This is Claire Boucher’s first major release since signing with Jay Z’s label Roc Nation. In a press release, Grimes said about the video: “It’s our take on Dante’s inferno. The circles of hell reflect more contemporary issues though. We… Read more »