Paramore’s new self-titled album dropped today (April 9) via Fueled by Ramen, and they’ve just rolled out a video for their latest single, ‘Still Into You.’ The clip features singer Hayley Williams and her bandmates riding bikes, frolicking around in a sea of balloons and generally wreaking havoc inside of a picturesque mansion.
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South London singer Jessie Ware's debut album, 'Devotion,' is finally getting its North American release, and the Stateside version includes a new track titled 'Imagine It Was Us' that wasn't featured on the original British pressing. (The forthcoming British 'Gold Edition' will include it, punters.)
“You’ll never be, never be Manhattan,” is the refrain in Cat Power's appropriately named ‘Manhattan,' the latest song off her 2012 album ‘Sun’ to be turned into a music video. In the clip, Chan Marshall sings and dances her way through New York City, reminding other cities just what they’re missing.
Punk noiseniks Liars continue pushing last year's 'WIXIW' album, this time with a new video for 'The Exact Color of Doubt,' the opening track and latest single to surface from the disc. Like the video for 'Brats' before it, 'Doubt' goes the CGI route, although this time around, the clip focuses on geometric designs made in the image of the band's members instead of the ‘Looney Toons’-on-speed theme featured previously. The new video and the music match up well, with the CGI imagery floating and flickering in time with the atmospheric track's meditative tempo.
What's up with the "1-800-DINOSAUR" label featured on the CGI-animated vinyl record at the beginning of James Blake's new video for 'Voyeur,' the second single to surface from the Brit's forthcoming second album, 'Overgrown?' Trying to dial up the number on the phone led nowhere, so, resourceful journalist that we are, we next looked it up on the Internet -- and quickly realized it's just the name of Blake's record label, which of course makes total sense. 'Overgrown,' by the way, drops next week.
Nobody ever accused Mudhoney of being on "some grandiose trip," but that doesn't stop singer Mark Arm from professing his preference for the little things in life in 'I Like It Small,' the new single off the veteran grunge act's latest album, 'Vanishing Point.' The 'Small' video captures that sentiment well with its obviously miniscule budget. Shot in one take, the clip shows Arm and the boys rocking out in a tiny practice space, which only gets more crowded when a group of energetic fans crash the joint, dancing, frolicking and generally looking like they're having a blast.
The Flaming Lips aren't quite done with their fwends. Nearly a year after unleashing the collaborative album 'The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends,' the psych-pop outfit has released a video for 'Ashes In the Air,' the disc's duet with Bon Iver. This clip has been sitting in the can for awhile -- apparently it was slated to debut last year, sometime around Christmas -- but it was pushed back for some unspecified reason. Whatever the cause of the delay, it was worth the wait.
Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches revisit the roller skating rink -- roller disco parties were an undeniably hot hipster trend in the mid-'00s, in case you forgot -- with the video for 'Now Is Not the Time,' the latest single off their debut EP, 'Recover.' 'Now Is Not the Time' is a moody, mid-tempo groove full of silky synths and boy-girl melodies, and the accompanying clip features the band rocking the aforementioned roller rink, bathed in equally moody lighting as disco skaters roll past.
The teens in Guards' 'Ready to Go' video are ready to go -- are you?