Bestival organizers have been expanding this year’s lineup over the last several months, and now, they’ve announced a brand-new addition to the bill: Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim. He was one of the original headliners during the fest’s inaugural edition back in 2004, and he'll make a return for the highly anticipated 10th anniversary bash.
Queens of the Stone Age are on a roll. First, they released eerie, graphic videos for ‘I Appear Missing’ and ‘Kalopsia,’ and now, they’ve unveiled yet another creepy animated clip for their new tune ‘Keep Your Eyes Peeled.’ The vid (watch above) depicts a monstrous character getting into a pretty nasty bar fight before lighting a cigarette and setting the room on fire.
Ty Segall has announced the release of a new album, ‘Sleeper,’ and rather than do so via a boring press release, the ambitious San Francisco-based garage rocker has unveiled a brief "commercial" to promote the forthcoming set. The 30-second clip (watch above) finds Segall dozing off around the house, on the ground and even in a tree — which is ironic, considering he seems far too busy to ever sleep.
In Wampire’s new video for ‘Orchards’ (watch above), what starts out as a carefree road trip is rudely interrupted by the arrival of a surprise guest.
The Brooklyn-based disco-punk duo of Nick Millhiser and Alex Frankel, more popularly known as Holy Ghost! have released a video for their new single, ‘Dumb Disco Ideas.’ The eight-minute clip (watch above) depicts a striking light show on an NYC rooftop as nighttime descends upon the city.
‘The World’s End,’ starring Edgar Wright, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, focuses on a group of middle-aged friends set out to conquer an epic bar crawl that they failed at accomplishing 20 years prior. They encounter a number of surprising twists and turns during their quest to reach the legendary pub, the World’s End. What’s the song featured in the quirky teaser trailer for the upcoming film?
Last week, Queens of the Stone Age unveiled a video for ‘I Appear Missing’ and now, the animated journey continues with a newly released clip for the tune ‘Kalopsia,’ a term referencing "a condition wherein things appear more beautiful than they are." The vid (watch above) is graphic and more than a little creepy, but it pairs well with the song’s haunting vocals.
This summer, Coca-Cola plans to replace its well-known logo with 150 of Great Britain’s favorite names, a new ad informs us. The 30-second feelgood clip has been paired with the tune ‘Tongue Tied’ by L.A.-based indie rockers Grouplove.