Jenny Hval will release new album Apocalypse, Girl on June 9 and head out on a North American headlining tour. Now, she shares the video for debut single “That Battle Is Over.” The clip shows several renowned women of the art world walking through a dark house while Hval’s dreamy music drones in the background. It explores the sad world of traditional gender roles. Check out “That Battle Is Over” below.
Rachel Grimes is a Kentucky-based pianist and composer known for her work in influential chamber-rock group Rachel’s. Now she readies for the release of new album The Clearing, due out May 26, and shares a new video for the track “The Air In Time.” The clip shows people interpretive dancing on a black screen and focuses on body movements. Check it out below.
MAGNET fave Spoon recently released the Inside Out Remixes EP with contributors Fabrizio Moretti, Tycho, Brian Reitzell and Operators. Now Sppon has a new video for the track “Inside Out.” The clip follows frontman Britt Daniels through many adventures and overall focuses on human interaction. Check it out below.
Singer/songwriter Mikal Cronin returns with new album MCIII, the follow up to 2013’s critically acclaimed MCII, and now shares a comical video for the track “Turn Around.” The song features a string quartet while the clip is a shot-by-shot reenactment of Natalie Imbruglia’s video for “Torn,” with special guests including Kristen Schaal and Kurt Braunohler. Check it out below.
Experimental musician Noah Benjamin Lennox, known as a founding member of Animal Collective, recently released his new album, Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, under the moniker Panda Bear, and now shares a new video for “Come To Your Senses.” The simple clip shows people walking around in a city with a thick electric fuzz of music in the background. Check it out below.
Seattle’s Dirty Sidewalks was formed by Erik and Evan Foster with their long-time friend Evan O’Neil. They are getting ready for the release of their debut album this fall, and offer a new video for “It’s Getting Better.” The pop/rock anthem features visuals influenced by the bizarre stop-motion animation of Terry Gilliam (Monthy Python’s Flying Circus) and it’s not to be missed. We are proud to premiere the clip today on magnetmagazine.com. Check it out below.
The Campbell Apartment is the creation of Russian-born singer/songwriter Ari Vais. He named the band after a bar hidden inside New York’s Grand Central Station. The trio recently released its third album, a six-song EP called Sundogs, and now shares a video for “I’m Free.” The clip shows the group rocking freely on a rooftop and having tons of fun. We are proud to premiere it today on magnetmagazine.com. Check it out below.
The Rentals, fronted by vocalist Matt Sharp, recently released their first new album in 13 years, Lost In Alphiaville. Now they share a video for “It’s Time To Come Home.” The clip was directed by Daniel Kaufman, and, as the first in a two-part series, it takes place 50 years in the future. Elderly Rentals search for fresh meat to hold their old spirits. Check out the video below.
Jamie Smith (a.k.a. Jamie xx) is a music producer and remix artist who works solo as well as with his band (and former cover stars) the xx. Now he readies for the release of his new album, In Colour, due out June 2, as well as a embarking on a worldwide tour in support. He shares the video for “Gosh,” an extremely simple clip taking place in outer space. The visuals were taken straight from NASA and show a beautiful planet. Check out the video below.
Denver couple Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley began writing music together as a as a means to document their lives while living on a sailboat and then formed indie-pop band Tennis. They will release a deluxe edition of last year’s Ritual In Repeat on May 12 via Communion and now share a video “Mean Streets.” The comical clip shows three men dancing in competition and fits perfectly with the groove of the song.