“We All Go Back To Where We Belong” is the final single by the recently disbanded REM. The track will be included in their greatest hits collection, Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982 – 2011, due out November 15th via Warner Bros. There are two versions of the track’s video: one features actress Kirsten Dunst smiling the whole way through, and the other, performance artist John Giorno, looking plain confused. Watch both clips below.
Summer Camp is bathing in the Halloween spirit with their new video for “Down”, off their debut album, Welcome To Condale, due out next week (November 8th) via Moshi Moshi. You can stream it here. The video consists of dozens of awesome Halloween-y .gifs. It’s quite nice. Watch below.
The Black Keys just released “Lonely Boy”, their first single from their upcoming album, El Camino, due out December 6th. They also unveiled the video for the song, which features a middle aged man dancing and singing all the way through the clip. Check it out below.
This just might be one of the best videos I’ve seen this year – official or unofficial. Franck Deron‘s unofficial and impressive video for M83‘s standout track, “Wait”, is just something else. The powerful visuals paired with the gorgeous track, result in something astoundingly poignant and beautiful. Deron took an already near-perfect song and took it to new heights. Amazing. Watch below.
Fans of Scottish indie rockers, Frightened Rabbit, this post is for you. Back in August, while touring the US with Death Cab For Cutie, the band was selling a tour-only EP, aptly titled A Frightened Rabbit EP. Now, they have decided to give it away for free. Go here to grab yourself a copy, and stream below “Fuck This Place” (featuring Camera Obscura), one of the tracks included in the EP.
Although Stars’ latest album, The Five Ghosts, was released all the way back in 2010, the Canadian band has just unveiled the video for one of the LP’s best songs, “Dead Hearts.” The video is just adorable: they took the track title (or lyrics: “Dead hearts are everywhere”) pretty literally and ran with it, with plenty of creative heart-shaped forms everywhere. The track will also be part of the Like Crazy soundtrack, due out next week. Watch below.
After The Ting Ting’s critically acclaimed debut album, We Started Nothing, much anticipation was placed on their sophomore album. The band has now returned with “Hang It Up”, our first taste of their upcoming LP. It seems like they haven’t strayed too far from their previous sound. Watch and listen below.
We have fallen in love with British singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich. His latest single “Shine” is delicate, soothing and warm, and it makes for a fantastic listen. And now here’s the video for you to enjoy as well. Watch below.
His new album, Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm, is out now.
The London-based band, Bombay Bicycle Club, performed a cover of “Video Games’ by the now infamous, Lana Del Rey, during an appearance in BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge, earlier today (October 17), with the always lovely Lucy Rose joining in on the vocals. Check it out below.
British singer-songwriter, Eugene McGuinness has a ridiculously catchy new single, “Lion”, which he is giving away for free in exchange of an email (get it here). And, the video that accompanies the track is just as awesome. Watch below.