The Grenadine's have been hard at work since they emerged onto the scene at SxSW in 2009, working with guys like Jim Eno from Spoon, touring with Jenny Lewis and the Heartless Bastards, and releasing two EP's. Here's a look at their newly released
To announce the fall release of their debut full length, The Bones Of What You Believe, Glasgow synth-pop group CHVRCHES set loose a trippy Gun music video.
Friday, June 14th:
04:00pm Local Natives (1)
04:00 Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (2)
05:00 Of Monsters and Men (1)
05:00 Calexico (2)
05:30 Grizzly Bear (2)
06:30 Wilco (1)
06:45 Glen Hansard (2)
07:30 Wu-Tang Cla
Tune in to watch the festival off the south coast of the UK.
The re-release of Alunageorge's first single to accompany their debut full length Body Music, comes with a colorful new music video, featuring an Aluna Francis-led dance troupe.
These New Puritan's Field of Reeds orchestral slow burner Fragment Two takes us through a dramatic Frank Miller-esque landscape.
From Low's most recent album, The Invisible Way, the Plastic Cup music video ventures back to the early year's of motion pictures with some white-masked ritualistic weirdness.
Forgoing clear and concise narrative, English duo The Big Pink set Hit the Ground (Superman) to a series of splintered shots of boys and girls involved in various, light hearted activities. The song is from the band's second album, Future This, due
Motion City Soundtrack take you on an unexpected, lunch hour adventure in their peppy, video for True Romance, from their album Go.
Maps & Atlases' Dave Davison cleans up in this new video for Old Ash...not stuntman required. The song is from the band's current album Beware & Be Grateful.
Grouplove goes on the air for their music video of the song Ways to Go off of their upcoming album Spreading Rumours.
San Francisco/Oakland based band Birds & Batteries mirror the open, optimistic tone of their song Let The Door Swing with a hallucinogenic visual about opening up and letting whatever in, in. The song is from the band's EP Stray light.
Brandi Carlile performs 'That Wasn't Me'
Trippy electronic grooves meet a creative video cut-up in this clip for AM & Shawn Lee's Two Times, from their album La Masique Numerique.