Earlier today, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros released the video for “Man On Fire“, a track taken from their latest album, Here, out now via Vagrant Records/Rough Trade. The video takes us throughout different places in NYC and features all sorts of dancers, ranging from the New York City ballet to the Brownsville Rec Center. But the best part is watching the coach and family members’ proud faces. Watch below.
Langhorne Slim has not put out new material since Be Set Free was released way back in ’09. Until now, that is. His new album, The Way We Move, will hit the stores on June 5th. Our first taste is the titletrack, and I am happy to say that it does not only meet expectations – it exceeds them. The track is passionate, catchy and just a damn good listen. Check it out below.
Explosions In The Sky have released a gorgeous and emotional new video for their track, “Postcard from 1952.” The video is a period piece (the fifties, of course); their slow-building guitars flawlessly complement a series of beautifully-shot, slow-motion images of some of life’s most important milestones such as a baby’s first steps, Christmas mornings or a couple’s first kiss. The whole thing is damn near perfect. If the video reminds you of The Tree of Life, it’s probably because Peter Simonite co-directed it, alongside Annie Gunn. Watch via The Huffington Post.
Explosions In The Sky’s new album, Take Care Take Care Take Care, is out now.
Passion Pit is gearing up for the release of their long-awaited sophomore album, Gossamer, due out on July 24th via Columbia Records. The new album’s first single, titled “Take a Walk” features all the energetic beats and synth hooks that we fell in love with since their debut album, Manners. Check it out below.