Hot on the heels of releasing their new album, ‘Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance,' earlier this week, Belle and Sebastian stopped by 'Conan' recently.
Belle and Sebastian
Nearly 20 years since their debut, ‘Tigermilk,’ Belle and Sebastian are saying to hell with the twee-pop image that has long since eclipsed their career.
Belle and Sebastian will make their triumphant return with ‘Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance’ on Jan. 20.
The mere mention of Christmas evokes such vivid imagery that it's risky referencing it in a non-Christmas song.
In a new interview, Belle and Sebastian discuss their origins as a band and the reality of them being twee-pop legends.
It’s been one of those weeks when it’s overwhelmingly clear that we live in a post-grunge world.
Glasgow's indie pop pride, Belle and Sebastian, are planning the release of their first new studio album in nearly five years, 'Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance' due out Jan. 20.
Although Belle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch has had his hands in a variety of creative endeavors as of late, he told us his band's next album could be among their most personal.
As Belle and Sebastian look forward to releasing their upcoming ninth full-length, they're also looking to the past, too.
Belle and Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch didn't have to look too far to find a star for the band's 'God Help the Girl' video.