Category Archives: VIDEOS

Film At 11: Dan Auerbach

The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach recently put out the fantastic Waiting On A Song (Nonesuch), and now it’s video time. Today, we share his new clip for “Stand By My Girl,” and it’s definitely worth watching. Directed by Allister Ann, the video centers around a middle-aged paranoid man who believes his “deadly” wife is out to kill him. Check it out now.

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Film At 11: Chastity Belt

This summer, Chastity Belt released fantastic new album I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone (Hardly Art), which followed 2015’s, Time To Go Home. Since the album has been around for a few months, we weren’t sure if we were going to see anything else from the ladies this year. However, to our great fortune, the band has just released a video for “Stuck.” Directed by Leena Joshi, the clip is a condensed three-minute exploration that travels throughout the scenic American West. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Doldrums

It’s been a few months since we’ve talked about Airick Asher Woodhead’s Doldrums, so today we’re excited to bring you the new video for “Okay,” the closing track on Esc. The lively song is paired with a nine-minute clip that wanders through a monochromatic, present-day New York City. Watch it now.

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Film At 11: Amadou & Mariam

Malian duo Amadou & Mariam just released ninth studio album La Confusion (Because Music), following 2012’s Folila. Even if you haven’t picked it up yet, you should take a look at the sweet new video for the title track, which involves a soccer championship, a tour under the sea and more. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: The Districts

After recently releasing third studio album Popular Manipulations (Fat Possum), the Districts are back in indie-rock headlines again with their new video for “Violet.” Directed by Kris Merc, the clip is a weird take on suburban living. It’s got meatloaf, superpowers and a lap dance from a who that oddly resembles Santa Claus. Watch it below.

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Film At 11: Ted Leo

Ted Leo is back with the self-release of The Hanged Man, and we can’t seem to get enough of it. Today, it’s only best we show you his new video for “Can’t Go Back,” which stars Leo promoting his new album through a cheesy ’70s-ish commercial. If you wait till the end, there’s a phone number displayed that’ll play you more of Leo’s new songs if you give it a call. Check out the clip below.

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Film At 11: Liars

Before art-punk band Liars embark on the next leg of their extensive world next month, they’ve shared a video for “Cred Woes,” the lead track from new album TFCF (Mute). Collaborating once again with the director who helped create the clip for “Pro Anti Anti” (Yoonha Park), t“Cred Woes” follows a delivery man in New York City as he goes about with his errands and after-work affairs. Watch it below.

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Film At 11: Black Kids

Earlier this year, Black Kids teased us with dazzling track “In A Song” from new album, Rookie. Today, the band brings the song to life with a video directed by Ben Poster. It stars the Kids as they hang out in the rain and groove out in a multicolored studio. Check it out now. Rookie is out now.

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Film At 11: Mastodon

Mastodon recently released the highly praised (including by us) album Emperor Of Sand (Warner Bros.), and now it’s video time. The Atlanta group has released an engaging clip for “Steambreather,” which centers around a callous cult that get transported to a new world. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Liam Gallagher

We can’t seem to get enough of former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher lately (you’ll see why very soon), so it’s only best we share with you his live video for “For What It’s Worth,” from new album As You Were (Warner Bros.). Recorded at Air Studios in London, the clip features Gallagher’s powerful vocals accompanied by his backing band and a small string ensemble. Watch it below. As You Were is out October 6.

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