Makes me want to get a girlfriend just so we can write our own break-up song. I feel bad for them but what an awesome way to deal with the whole thing. RIP Johnathan and Ivory.
What?!? This song is straight up dirty in the best possible way. I simply can not stop listening to it.
And then I find this!
Must. Dance. Must. Dance…
Probably one of Phantogram’s best tracks, a new, official video for Don’t Move dropped yesterday and its worth a look if you’re either 1) a fan of the song or 2) crazy about Sarah Barthel. Pretty simple visuals here but the song and Sarah are more than good enough to carry the video by themselves. Check it out and let us know what you think below.
These two manufacture the best drops in indie right now. “let me hear you say…“
Featured on podcast #6 way back in December of last year, Citizens! have just offered up a new video for their boppy, sugar-addled, song, True Romance. Unlike the original video, this one veers away from the bollywood influence and actually seems to have a budget. Take a peek at both and decide which you prefer.
I love the theme of the new video (can’t stop love ya all!) but couldn’t they have found a way to incorporate the original video’s choreography…those two are badass.
Cambridge’s Alt-J (hit those keys on the mac and you get the ∆ sign) puts out some pretty interesting music. Sometimes referred to as “folk-step”, their music has a stark, percussive quality that either drives me wild or leaves me wanting. That said, the video for Tessellate is all kinds of interesting – not the least of which because it takes its cue from Raphael’s famous painting, School of Athens. (Yes, the video gives that away but honestly, I remembered that picture from the 6th grade!)
Pretty creative stuff here and even if the song doesn’t exactly make you jump out of your seat (I didn’t), I’m betting you’ll have trouble looking away.
Tessellate comes from Alt-J’s debut album, Awesome Wave.
UPDATE: this song has been stuck in my head all day – guess I’m eating some crow.