Denver husband-and-wife duo Tennis recently released new album Ritual In Repeat via Communion. The twosome has now released a video for “I’m Callin’,” which looks like it takes place sometime in the ’50s. At one point, three women, who may or may not all actually be the same person, start dancing uncontrollably while maintaining the most unenthused facial expressions possible. It’s a great clip, so check it out below.
L.A.’s Spain readies for the release of fifth album Sargent Place, out November 4. The band recently made a new video for “Love At First Sight,” and MAGNET is premiering it here. The song itself is a chilled-out slow jam, and the clip that accompanies moves at an equally slow pace. In fact, the whole video is centered around time as we slowly follow the adventures of one indecisive man. Watch it below.
Some bands with really long names are just not worth checking out, but …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead are not one of those. It has a new album coming out November 10 and has now released a creepy video for “The Ghost Within.” The clip follows a haunting love story that would only be half as intense if it were not for the triumphant music booming in the background. Check it out below.
GOAT recently released Commune via Sub Pop, and the band now has new video for the track “Hide From The Sun.” The clip makes use of amazing costumes and tells a creepy story. A woman is running in the woods as frightening and strange masked figures follow her and alter her thinking. Check it out below.
The Drums recently issued Encyclopedia, and they now have released a video for a song off the album called “I Can’t Pretend.” The clip was directed by Alex Lee and Kyle Wightman of BRTHR Films and was shot at Long Island Aquarium as well as a local N.Y. steakhouse. The video is a psychedelic trip as we follow the band to various different scenarios and explore a world of strange undersea creatures. Check it out below.
Ex Hex ripped the world a new one with latest release Rips. The band now shares a video for “Waterfall,” which was directed by acclaimed NYC underground cartoonist M. Wartella. The clip is fun and full of bright colors, with guest appearances from Michelle Mae (Make-Up), Francy Z. Graham (Chain And The Gang), Kid Congo Powers (Cramps, Gun Club) and Alec MacKaye (Ignition, Faith), who wears the legendary leather jacket he wore on the iconic Minor Threat album cover. Check out the video below.
Indie-rock duo Foxygen recently released its latest LP, …And Star Power, via Jagjaguwar and now has a video for “Coulda Been My Love.” The clip follows a sad-looking hipster as he’s shown in various situations and dreams about how it could have been his love. It’s a bright video with vivid colors, awesome clothing but an underlying sad message. Check it out below.
King Tuff was born out of the small town of Brattleboro, Vt., by singer/songwriter Kyle Thomas. Since then, Thomas has put out three full-lengths and done various side projects, including Witch (a stoner metal band he was in with Dinorsaur Jr frontman J Mascis). The newly released Black Moon Spell shows that Thomas and his band are only getting better. The video for the title track is humorously appropriate for the song’s vibe, and it’s rock ‘n’ roll dynamite. Check it out below.
By the age of 26, singer/songwriter Ty Segall had done more solo albums, collaborations and side projects than most musicians can even dream of. His latest release, Manipulator, is a monster LP with songs that have potential to one day be rock ‘n’ roll classics. Now he issues a video for “The Singer,” in which Segall plays with a ghost band in what looks like could be his apartment. Whether it’s his bright red pants, his brief flight or the hallucinogenic colors, the clip seeps fun. Check it out below.
Liars recently released latest album Mess, making for their seventh studio album since their formation in 2000. The new video for “I’m No Gold” is, in a way, a mess. Lead singer Angus Andrew stars in the clip as a strobe light flashes him throughout. But it’s these hallucinatory effects and strange visuals that match up with the heavy electronic music that makes the video something special. Check it out below.