Posts Tagged ‘video’

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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 …

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WATCH: Somos – “Domestic”

Having just released their debut LP Temple of Plenty on Tiny Engines, Boston’s Somos are premiering their video for “Domestic” exclusively at Alternative Press.

Somos, who are playing this year’s Fest alongside bands like the Descendents and Foxing, just got off a month long tour with label mates Save Ends. Temple of Plenty, which was released March 25, is available to order here.

You can stream the video for “Domestic,” which originally streamed on AbsolutePunk, below or on Alternative Press here.…

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Architects Release Making Of Video For ‘Lost Forever // Lost Together’

About a month back, I was lucky enough to review Architects‘ highly anticipated sixth album, Lost Forever // Lost Together, and though I knew ahead of time that I’d probably really like it, it quickly became one of my favorite releases of 2014 (so far). 

Several weeks and many listens later, I still haven’t grown tired of the Brighton-based outfit’s most bloodthirsty release to date, so as you can imagine, I was quite stoked when, earlier today, the group released a near-30 minute video documenting the making of their latest effort. Check it out after the break.

Though it …

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The Amity Affliction Post Teaser For New Single

Not too long ago The Amity Affliction posted a teaser that had fans speculating the promise of new music and/or a new album. With the release of the band’s most recent teaser though, it’s become a little bit more clear what they are up to. It seems that the band not only has a brand new single for us, but a new music video as well. The song is titled “Let The Ocean Take Me,” and you can view the first of two teasers below the break.

The first teaser can be found on the site they recently launched, called …

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Watch Ace Enders Sing a New Song

Some musicians bare so much of themselves that you feel the need to defend them whenever someone takes a swing. Revealing your innermost thoughts isn’t easy, nevertheless to massive crowds. After doing a little more work with I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody’s Business and The Early November, Ace Enders  is back and playing a new acoustic song online. Thankfully it’s so beautiful that you won’t need to defend him.

“One More Song” teeters about as Enders stands on his toes, singing with the passion and emotion we’ve come to known. Even though the song is acoustic, it still …

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Watch Ava Luna’s “Genesee” Music Video

Brooklyn’s art-punk group Ava Luna just dropped their newest album, Electric Balloon, at the end of February. It’s a soul-filled Dirty Projectors-esque release that is well worth the listen. To put some images to the sound, the band just shared a video for “Genesee” off the record.

With some post-punk jittering and eerie harmonies, “Genesee” gets a video that matches its sound, because the very thing that comes to mind with structures like that is a house haunted by fluffy, car-cleaner-mop creatures. The video, produced and directed by Ava Luna’s Becca Kauffman with Courtney Powell and Ana Veselic, has …

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Cloud Nothings Share Weird Sleepover “I’m Not Part of Me” Music Video

At long last, Cloud Nothings‘ highly anticipated fourth album, Here and Nowhere Else, hit stores. It’s an expected combo of charging punk rock and melodic hooks that serves itself excellently and can be heard live on the band’s upcoming tour. Today they put images to sound with a music video for their first single, “I’m Not Part Of Me.”

Directed by John Ryan Manning, the video captures four girls at a giddy sleepover. Nail polish, sing-alongs, and #selfies are in abundance, as you would imagine, but the girls take some hallucinatory drug that makes things a bit …

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The Antlers Announce New Album ‘Familiars’, Share “Palace” Music Video

The Antlers are back. It feels like it’s been ages since we last heard from the Brooklyn indie rock band–2012′s [together] and Undersea EPs and 2011′s Burst Apart LP are already wearing from continual spins–but a new album is finally ready to drop. On June 17, The Antlers’ fourth album, Familiars, will be out via Anti- (or June 16 via Transgressive in the UK).

The “Palace” music video is the first to come from the new album. Directed by Hana Tajima, it features a series of close-up shots of apartment walls, gushing water, and interior decorations. The shots feel pretty …

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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 …

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Bane Release Trailer for Final Album, ‘Don’t Wait Up’

Boston hardcore legends Bane released a trailer today for their upcoming album, Don’t Wait Up. The trailer, at least to longtime fans of the band, is very emotional, as they chronicle what it was like putting together their final album before they call it quits. Bane is one of the most influential modern hardcore bands in the scene, and while it’s sad to see them go, the way they are gracefully turning out the lights on their 19-year-old band is extremely respectable, and bands should be taking notes on how to say goodbye.

Don’t Wait Up comes out on …

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WHY? Release “Waterlines” Music Video, Yoni Wolf Announces Solo Rap Tour

This year marks the 10 years since WHY? first formed back in 2004 in Berkeley, CA. The alternative hip hop group was started by Yoni Wolf, and today we have news regarding both.

WHY?’s last album, Mumps, Etc, came out back in 2012, but today the band has shared a music video for the track “Waterlines.” It’s straightforward in its shots, showing nothing but Wolf rapping sartorially in some shades against a yellow wall, but effective all the same. Watch it after the jump.

Along with the video comes news that both WHY? and Yoni Wolf (solo) will be touring. …

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UTG TV EXCLUSIVE: Lydia Acoustic Session: “The Exit”

UTG TV is back to bring you another acoustic video with an incredible band from the 8123 roster.

On Friday March 21, we caught up with Lydia at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. Currently, the band is on the Illuminate tour, performing all of the songs off of the beloved 2008 release. HRVRD and Golden Sun are along for the ride on this tour, making for a fantastic night of music. You can also see the guys in Golden Sun performing alongside Lydia during the band’s set.

Aside from Illuminate and 2011′s Paint it Golden, Lydia most …