The National

The National, ‘Trouble Will Find Me’ – Album Review
The National pretty much summed up their aesthetic 10 years ago with the title of their second album, ‘Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers.’ No other blog-blessed indie band of the 21st century captures despair, melancholy and gloom in song quite like the Brooklyn-based quintet. Much of the gloom can be cred…
Laneway
Created back in 2004 in Melbourne, Australia, the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has since traveled to New Zealand and Singapore, and this year, the indie music event makes its U.S. debut on Sept. 14 in Detroit, Mich. Sigur Ros and the National are set to headline, and support acts in…
The National, ‘Sea of Love’ [Video]
The National's 'Sea of Love,' off the forthcoming album 'Trouble Will Find Me,' is a thick, moody song. The video is the total opposite. It's lively and alive, and features the indie rockers performing in a cramped white space, wearing coordinated suits and trying to pl…
Whole Lotta 'Sorrow'
The National have given new meaning to the idea of "one really long song." The indie rockers endeavored to play the tune 'Sorrow,' which appears on their 2010 release 'High Violet,' for six hours straight last night (May 5) as part of MoMA's PS1 Sunday Sess…

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