The New Pornographers are out with the music video to their new single ‘Dancehall Domine’. ‘Dancehall Domine’ is from the band’s new album ‘Brill Bruisers’, which is out now on Matador Records. The record is the highest charting album in the band’s career.
Of the video, made by Leblanc + Cudmore, Scott Cudmore states, “Sometimes I like watching the b-roll or behind the scenes or outtakes on DVDs and blu-rays… ‘Dancehall Domine’ is meant to feel like a whole bunch of those clips sort of strung together as if they’re taken from some fu**ed up Italian or French musical maybe. Or a bunch of fragments from films like that-thrillers, bad romances, in one case we’re clearly referencing Clouzot’s famous L’enfer tests. We even have the man himself in there!”
Watch it via YouTube below.
Emarosa have premiered a new music video for their song ‘People Like Me, We Just Don’t Play’ and can be seen via YouTube below. The song is taken from the band’s recent album release ‘Versus’, which is now available for physical and digital purchase via Rise Records.
Progressive 5-piece Circa Survive are out with the music video to their latest single ‘Schema’, the first release from the Doylestown, PA band’s upcoming album ‘Descensus’, due November 24th via Sumerian Records. Watch the Frankie Nasso directed video via YouTube below.
Circa Survive – Descensus – coming 11/24/14
After taking a trip back in time with the ‘Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities)’ album and the last studio album ‘Tragic Idol’ (2012), the band is set to release their fourteenth studio album via Century Media Records in late April 2015.
The band is about to begin the recording sessions for the release with Jaimie Gomez Arellano from Orgone Studios in London. Band frontman Nick Holmes said regarding the project, “We wanted to approach the new album differently this time, by embracing the band’s VERY early days with the last few years. We have written a very dark yet melodic album, but this time many songs definitely have a death metal edge, which is something we haven’t done for a long, long time in Paradise Lost.”
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Have Mercy has premiered ‘Howl’, the second single off the Baltimore rock band’s upcoming album ‘A Place Of Our Own’. The band also released the official music video for the track via Hopeless Records’ YouTube page, viewable below. ‘A Place Of Our Own’ is Have Mercy’s second LP and is set to release on October 27th.
Finch are out with the new music video for their track ‘Anywhere But Here’, off the Temecula, California post-hardcore band’s third studio album ‘Back To Oblivion’, which was released on September 30th on Razor & Tie. The album is Finch’s first release since their reunion in 2012, and their first full-length since 2005’s ‘Say Hello to Sunshine’. Watch it via YouTube below.
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PVRIS are out with the music video for their recently released track ‘My House’. The song is the second single off of ‘White Noise’, the Boston band’s debut full-length out November 4th via Rise/Velocity Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
PVRIS is composed of lead vocalist Lynn Gunn, guitarist Alex Babinski and bassist Brian MacDonald. They are the first female-fronted band to be signed to Rise Records.
“I think this record is very different from what a lot of people were expecting but in the best way,” Gunn said of ‘White Noise’. “The key is to not have any expectations, just listen and I believe it will speak volumes.”
Elektra Records has signed The Moth & The Flame to their roster. The Provo, Utah alternative rock band has released a live performance video of their fan-favorite track ‘Sorry’ to herald the news. Check out the video below via YouTube.
“We’re excited to join the roster of Elektra Records,” frontman Brandon Robbins said. “The label’s history is filled with culture-defining artists that have inspired us individually and collectively. There’s a great creative spirit there that we all immediately recognized and wanted to be a part of.”
“The Moth & The Flame command the live stage and home speakers with equal fervor,” Elektra President Jeff Castelaz added. “Their songs encapsulate the fever and frailty of human emotion in a way that appeals to me as a music advocate. For that reason, I’m extremely proud to make them the newest member of the Elektra family.”
Panic! At The Disco did a live cover of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen during their recent The Gospel Tour, a national headline tour in support of their latest album, ‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die’. Check out video of the cover via YouTube below.