Category Archives: VIDEOS

Film At 11: Girlpool

Girlpool is a very busy band as of late. The group just added tour dates with Joyce Manor and Frankie Cosmos to its current tour in support of critically acclaimed debut LP Before The World Was Big. On top of that, Girlpool just released a new video for “Magnifying Glass.” Clocking in at only 40 seconds, it’s a short and sweet clip for a short and sweet song. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Chelsea Wolfe

Chelsea Wolfe is getting set to release her fifth LP, Abyss, on August 7. Wolfe just released a brand new single from Abyss, “Carrion Flowers,” accompanied by a video for the track. The song is also featured in the trailer for upcoming film Dark Places. Directed by Wolfe and bandmate Ben Chisholm, the video plays something like the famous killer videotape from 2002’s The Ring. Check it out here.

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Film At 11: JD McPherson

In February, JD McPherson released his second full-length album, Let The Good Times Roll, which was met with critical acclaim. Now McPherson has released a new video for “Head Over Heals.” The clip features McPherson and his band dressed very much like greasers, playing in the middle of a roller rink while folks skate around them. The 1980s vibe works perfectly with the track’s sound. Check out the video below.

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Film At 11: The New Pornographers

The New Pornographers, Vancouver’s favorite power-pop supergroup, have recently released a video for Brill Bruisers track “Champions Of Red Wine.” The clip, which was directed by Scott Cudmore, was filmed in Cuba and shows a down-on-his-luck man on a booze-soaked search for personal happiness. The band will be touring Europe and North America this summer. Watch “Champions Of Red Wine” below.

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Film At 11: Father John Misty

Father John Misty continues his tour in support of latest album I Love You, Honeybear, released earlier this year on Sub Pop. He just released a new video for the album’s title track. Directed by Grant James, the clip depicts two highly intoxicated EMT workers trying to save the lives of Misty and his lover. Check it out here.

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Film At 11: William Tyler

Nashville guitarist William Tyler has just released a video for acoustic instrumental “The Sleeping Prophet,” from 2008’s Deseret Canyon. The clip, which shows Tyler going about his day around Nashville, was directed by his sister, Elyse, to coincide with Deseret Canyon‘s re-release on Merge. Check out the video below.

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Film At 11: Kinski

Kinski just issued seventh studio album 7 (or 8) via Kill Rock Stars. The band also released a video for “Drink Up And Be Somebody.” The clip features lots of hand puppets playing instruments on different body parts, including the heart and the liver, which is very fitting considering the song’s title. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Mikal Cronin

Mikal Cronin has released a video for “Say,” a track off latest album MCIII. The clip draws inspiration from Paul Simon’s classic video for “You Can Call Me Al.” Directed by comedian Jonah Ray, it’s needless to say Cronin’s new video is hysterical. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Jenny Lewis

Roughly a year ago, Jenny Lewis released The Voyager, her third studio album as a solo artist. Now, the indie-pop sensation releases a video for “She’s Not Me.” The clip mocks Lewis’ past as a child star while boasting a star-studded cast including Fred Armisen, Zosia Mamet, Leo Fitzpatrick Feist, and Vanessa Beyer. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: of Montreal

Earlier this year, of Montreal released 13th studio album Aureate Gloom. Keeping busy, few band has also just recently issued a live album, Snare Lustrous Doomings, as well as announcing a full North American tour starting in late August. Kevin Barnes and Co. have a new video for “Bassem Sabry,” which appears on Aureate Gloom. Much like of Montreal, the clip is very psychedelic. Check it out here.

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