Of Montreal are probably one of the most interesting glam rock outfits of our day, from their eclectic, theatrical live shows to their trippy album artwork.
Of Montreal are gearing up for a busy 2015.
Experimental indie-poppers Of Montreal are set to return with their brand-new album, ‘Aureate Gloom,’ in March.
Polyvinyl Records has partnered with Deerhoof, Of Montreal, Ducktails, Crooked Fingers and eight more artists for a vinyl experience like none other.
While music fans gear up for this year’s SXSW, the lineup for another Southern-based festival, the Savannah Stopover, has been announced. As the name suggests, the event takes place in Savannah, Ga., and it runs March 7-9, just one week before the highly anticipated festival in Austin, Texas. The lineup features acts including Of Montreal, Thurston Moore side project Chelsea Light Moving, the Whigs, Mac DeMarco, Ducktails, Pujol and Bronze Radio Return.
Of Montreal may be off on a bit of a video video bender. Last month, they unveiled a clip for 'Sails, Hermaphroditic,' and now, they've dropped one for 'Feminine Effects,' a tune they released as a split single with Deerhoof earlier this year, then rerecorded with singer Rebecca Cash handling lead vocals.
"The Preppy Scuzz" and "The Sleep Rats" face off in a game of no-pads pick-up football in the new video for 'Sails, Hermaphroditic,' a tune off Of Montreal's recent rarities collection, 'Daughter of Cloud.' The clip, which was directed by frontman Kevin Barnes' wife Nina, quickly devolves from touchdowns and tackles into unmitigated violence, with both sides attacking each other with whatever's on hand: baseball bats, shoes, fists.
Canadian surreal pop, whispered French nothings, British New Wave, Japanese undead: It's all there in the sexual Frankenstein cabaret of Harouki Zombi, the shared project of Nina Barnes and Orenda Fink. The duo mark their first release with ‘Objet Petit A,’ a danceable, strange and awesome EP that provides unexpected uplift, both to the heart and the booty.