Cursive are out with the video to their new single ‘Let Me Up’, from the Omaha, Nebraska emo group’s sixth studio album ‘Mama, I’m Swollen’, out now on Saddle Creek. Watch the Evan Glodell directed video below.
Cursive are out with the video to their new single ‘I Couldn’t Love You’, the second release from the Omaha, Nebraska indie rock group’s sixth album ‘Mama, I’m Swollen’, out now on Saddle Creek. The video was directed by Danny Drysdale, and stars Tania Raymonde (Alex Linus from ‘Lost’). Watch via YouTube below.
Cursive are out with the video to their new single ‘From The Hips’, the first release from the Omaha, Nebraska indie rock group’s sixth album ‘Mama, I’m Swollen’, out now on Saddle Creek. Watch the Michael Grodner directed video below.
Cursive documented night three of their tour, where the band performed at Shubas in Chicago. The Omaha, Nebraska indie rock band will be doing some filming on every night of the U.S. trek. Watch it via YouTube below.
Omaha, Nebraska indie rockers Cursive will be doing some filming on every night of their current American tour. Check out the results for night one in Minneapolis at the Triple Rock below.
Cursive are out with the video to their new single ‘Big Bang’, from the album ‘Happy Hollow’. Watch it below.
Cursive frontman Tim Kasher spoke with Australia’s Time Off magazine about their fifth album ‘Happy Hollow’, which sees the Nebraska indie-rockers deliver a concept album following a storyline filled with Christian themes and tales of shattered American dreams. “During the recording process we kept second-guessing ourselves, like ‘Are we going to far? Is this too much? Are we going to be insulting or infuriating people too much?’,” Kasher explained. “But we decided to continue dealing with everything with as much maturity and as much open-mindedness as possible, and just stick to our guns and stick to what we believe in.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
Cursive are out with the video to their new single ‘Dorothy At 40’, from the album ‘Happy Hollow’. Watch it via YouTube below.
Despite ‘The Ugly Organ’ and its overt messages to the contrary, Cursive frontman Tim Kasher is neither unhappy nor frustrated. “I actually think this is the best thing I have going for me,” he tells Brendan Joel Kelley of the Phoenix New Times. “It’s really what’s keeping me the happiest. I’m getting a lot of fulfillment out of the writing process and I guess that’s just not always the case, so it’s been a really great way for me to stave off depression.” Read more.
Tim Kashner laughed when Chris Parker of Orlando Weekly suggested that he’s effectively used his personal life for lyrical grist, having peppered his albums with enough self-referential deconstructions of his small-scale stardom to make him an indie-rock Slim Shady. “I think it’s great what [Eminem] writes about. I can’t believe someone is being that self-analytical in Top 40 pop music. Most people don’t even recognize it. There’s so much more going on with him,” Kashner suggests. “[U2 singer] Bono tried to do it, and he just failed miserably. Nobody really understood it, because it seemed too much like he was trying to be, ‘Oh look at my silly character, aren’t I silly? I’m a silly rock star.’ But he seemed way too engrossed in himself.” Orlandoweekly.com has since removed the article.