Posts Tagged ‘new video’

Sky Ferreira

Watch Sky Ferreira Get Tough in “I Blame Myself” Music Video

Sky Ferreira has released the music video for Night Time, My Time song “I Blame Myself” and it’s got all the ’90s street cred, fresh-out-of-prison stuff you could want. Styled by Ian Bradley and produced by SSENSE and System Magazine, the music video is the first of a series intended to connect fashion film and music videos.

Supposedly the video is based on real events (“It’s obviously based off of real events,” Ferreira said. “People always ask me questions about certain things, and it’s kind of like my response. I think actions speak louder than words.”), which certainly seems to …

Animal Trailer

Watch the Trailer for Drew Barrymore’s Horror Film ‘Animal’

A lot of horror films seem to repeat the same plot, yet we’re still jumping every time. Animal, Drew Barrymore‘s new horror film, looks like it will be one of them.

As the tagline “Fear lives in the dark” implies, Animal is about a group of close friends who are chased by a blood-hungry creator when stranded in the woods. It stars Keke Palmer, Amaury Nolasco, Parker Young, Joey Lauren Adams, Elizabeth Gillies, Paul Iacono, Thorsten Kaye, and Jeremy Sumpter. They’re trapped in a cabin, tensions rise, and one by one they begin to be knocked off. We’ve heard …

chiodos 2013

Chiodos Premiere Music Video For Newest Single “Duct Tape”

Chiodos’ forthcoming LP, Devil, currently slated for an April 1 release via Razor & Tie, has found its way on to a lot of “most anticipated” lists recently. It will be the group’s first effort since the return of founding member Craig Owens, as well as their first to feature the guitar stylings of Thomas Erak (The Fall of Troy), so understandably, there’s a lot to be excited about.

As April Fools Day draws nearer, it seems more and more that the outfit is just as enthusiastic as their fans, having vowed to debut a new …

iamamiwhoami

Stream iamamiwhoami’s New Single Via Stunning Music Video

In December of 2009, I came across a couple of mysterious videos that immediately piqued my interest. They initially appeared to be some kind of music video teasers, but for what, or whom, I did not know. After doing some digging with fellow forum members, we came to the conclusion that it involved Jonna Lee, a Swedish folk-pop songstress. The videos kept coming and little by little as they became less cryptic it became clear that we were correct in pegging Lee despite rumors and assumptions claiming that the project was led by every blonde pop star from Little Boots …

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Kings Of Leon Debut Video For “Beautiful War”

Kings of Leon have released a new music video for their track “Beautiful War,” which you can view in full at the bottom of this post, following the jump.

The clip itself is a harrowing seven minutes long, but well worth the watch, and tells the tragic story of a professional bull rider’s fall from grace, which is made even more humbling by the Kings of Leon’s uplifting accompaniment. It was directed Casey McGrath.

The Nashville natives recently killed it on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and following the holidays will be headlining an extensive North American tour.…

fit for a king

MUSIC VIDEO: Fit For A King – “Keep Me Alive”

Solid State Records’ Fit For A King have released visuals for “Keep Me Alive,” a brand new cut that will be featured on the re-release of the group’s debut record, Descendants. It is fitting that the track will be found alongside cuts from Descendants as it actively favors the record’s sound rather than the overall heavier atmosphere of their most recent release, Creation|Destruction.

Follow the jump to check out the music video for “Keep Me Alive” and be sure to let us know your thoughts on the song in the comments section below.…

daylight

Daylight Release New Video For “No One’s Deserving”

Earlier today, Daylight released a music video for “No One’s Deserving,” the first single off their debut album, Jar, which dropped this past April through Run For Cover Records. You can view it for yourself following the jump.

Like most of the tracks found on Jar, “No One’s Deserving” is a dreary ballad which harkens back to the grungy alternative rock of the late 90s, and will likely sit well with fans of Balance and Composure, Seahaven, and Citizen. Alex Henery, best known for his work with Basement, directed the video.

The group …

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The Betrayer’s Judgement Debut New Music Video

The French metalcore act The Betrayer’s Judgment recently released a new music video for their song “Broken Mirrors,” which can be viewed at the bottom of this post, following the jump.

The track comes from the group’s latest EP, Philosopher, which dropped this past August through Twin Peak Records. This most recent effort, which contains five new songs and one remix, serves as a follow-up to the outfit’s debut full-length, Run Out Of Fuel, which was released in 2011, and for the most part overlooked here in the states.…

close your eyes 2013

Close Your Eyes Debut Video For “Frame & Glass”

This morning, Absolutepunk.net debuted Close Your Eyes’ new video for “Frame & Glass”, off of the newly released Line in the Sand. You can check it out for yourself at the bottom of this post, following the jump.

The video features an electrifying live performance by the five-piece, and beautifully showcases vocalist Sam Ryder Robinson, who stepped in for Mikey Sawyer following his inability to mesh with the band’s then-current lineup back in 2012. In addition, the track itself, which falls just shy of the four-minute mark, is an undeniable head-bobber, with a relentless hook that harkens back to …

The 1975

WATCH: The 1975 – “Girls”

“Everything feels totally wrong…we’re not a pop band…it needs to be black and white for a start.”

Arguably one of the fastest growing bands of 2013, The 1975, have released a music video for their newest single, “Girls,” and boy, what a single it is.

The glorious visual pop expedition (although they are not a pop band, as you will see) is one of my personal favorites off The 1975′s stacked debut album, The 1975. “Girls” measures up with fan favorites, “The City,” “Chocolate,” “Sex,” “Heart Out,” “Settle Down,” “Robbers,” “She Way Out,” “Pressure,” (see what I am getting …

Chvrches

Chvrches Release Short Video On Touring

Chvrches, who have been all over the net lately regarding their stellar debut album, The Bones of What You Believe, and front-woman Lauren Mayberry’s fantastic piece against internet misogyny, have released a short, but sweet video following the band while on tour.

The video has some pretty awesome clips of the band performing, along with small interview snippets, in which the band members talk about their personal feelings towards tour, the lifestyle of touring, and what it is like for Chvrches now. Chvrches is one of the most heartfelt bands out there at the moment, and it should …

pentimento

MUSIC VIDEO: Pentimento – “Almost Atlantic”

The new music video from Pentimento finally surfaced on YouTube, and we’re just so excited about it.

The video shows the band playing the song in a darkened room while a girl walks along a beach and into the ocean, mimicking the album cover from their latest self-titled release.

Pentimento have a ton of tour dates coming up throughout the spring and early summer. Check out the tour dates on Facebook.

The band’s self-titled album is currently available digitally on iTunes and on vinyl through Paper + Plastick’s web store. The label is also releasing Pentimento skull head