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Videos for a Lazy Sunday: MONA’s ‘In the Middle’

Toronto’s MONA have shared the video for the title track from their latest EP, their first music in two years, In the Middle, out now on Bright Antenna Records.

The band has been through a lot in the past two years but it has given them a renewed sense of purpose.

We have always been a tight knit group, but the vibe is the best it’s been and we are looking forward to bringing these songs to the public,” frontman Nick Brown said in a statement. “Very few things matter in this world, and we think music is one of them.”

The band also announced the dates of their upcoming tours of Europe and North America;

1/14/17 – Glasgow, UK – Broadcast
1/15/17 – Manchester, UK – Night & Day
1/17/17 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Upstairs @ Paradiso
1/19/17 – London, UK – The Lexington
1/20/17 – Brussels, Belgium – Botanique/Witloof Bar
1/21/17 – Hamburg, Germany – Molotow Club Night
11/23/2016 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
11/25/2016 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
11/26/2016 – Victoria, BC – Sugar
11/29/2016 – Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
12/2/2016 – Edmonton, AB – Union Hall
12/3/2016 – Calgary, AB – MacEwan Hall
12/6/2016 – Saskatoon, SK – Louis’ Pub
12/7/2016 – Winnipeg, MB – Garrick Theatre
12/12/2016 – Albany, NY – The Hollow
12/13/2016 – Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
12/14/2016 – Boston, MA – Great Scott
12/15/2016 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom
12/16/2016 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
12/17/2016 – Detroit, MI – The Shelter
1/23/2017 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
1/24/2017 – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
1/26/2017 – San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of The Hill
1/27/2017 – Costa Mesa, CA – The Wayfarer
1/28/2017 – San Diego, CA – Soda Bar
1/31/2017 – Los Angeles, CA – The Bootleg Theater
2/1/2017 – Phoenix, AZ – The Rebel Lounge
2/13/2017 – Washington, DC – DC9
2/15/2017 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle
2/16/2017 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theatre
2/17/2017 – Chicago, IL – Subterranean
2/18/2017 – Cleveland, OH – The Grog Shop

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Beware of Darkness’ ‘Dope’

The video for Beware of Darkness‘ ‘Dope’ finds the band being rescued from fiery wreckage by a gang of female bodybuilders.

Check out the lyric video for ‘Muthafucka’ as well;

The band also announced the dates of their tour in support of their forthcoming album Are You Real?, out on September 16 via Bright Antenna Records.

8/17: Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
8/18: San Diego, CA @ Casbah
8/19: Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock Live
8/20: Bakersfield, CA @ B-Riders
8/24: Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
8/25: San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
8/26: Tahoe, CA @ Red Room
8/28: Ft. Collins, CO @ Hodi’s
8/30: Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
9/1: Las Vegas, NV @ Bunkhouse
9/2: Fresno, CA @ Strummers
9/3: Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones


Videos for a Lazy Saturday: Reuben Hollebon’s ‘Faces’ (Damian Taylor Mix)

English musician/producer/engineer Reuben Hollebon has unveiled the video for ‘Faces’ from his debut album Terminal Nostalgia, out on May 20 via Bright Antenna Records/Fontana North.

Hollebon drew on his experiences as a recording engineer for artists such as  Imogen Heap, Courtney Barnett and The London Symphony Orchestra.

“The song comes from a good truth that when we eat together it benefits us all, calmly desperate for less segregation,” he explained in a statement. “And when we die we return to resting together before the next happening, regardless of belief. The music spins and cycles with this.”

He also shared the video for ‘Common Table’ from the album;

Catch Reuben Hollebon on the following dates;

April 26th – Denver, CO @ Lost Lake
May 4th – Hollywood, CA @ Hotel Cafe
May 24th – Berlin, Germany @ Baumhaus Bar
May 27th – Paris, France @ Le Pop-Up Du Label

June 7th – London, UK @ The Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen



Videos for a Lazy Saturday: Cheerleader’s ‘The Sunshine of Your Youth’

Philadelphia’s Cheerleader has shared the video for the title track from their forthcoming debut album The Sunshine of Your Youth, out on May 19 on Bright Antenna Records/Fontana North.

The title of the album is ironic according to the band; “We actually wrote these songs at a time in our lives when we were dealing with some heavy personal stuff. It’s there if you really want to listen for it, but for us, the title is more about a state of mind than a particular time in your life… how no matter what’s going on, life can be full of wonder and beauty, as long as you’re open to these things,” Joe Heller explained in a statement.

Cheerleader recorded the album at East/West Studio in LA. It was produced by Mark Needham, who has been a fan of the band since their earliest days. Many of their early demos found their way onto the album and it still retains the lo-fi aesthetic of their early recordings.

The band has been together since the early 2000’s when they started out in Chris Duran’s parent’s basement. Since then, they’ve survived going to college and moving to different states.

Catch Cheerleader on the following dates;

March 13-15 Denton, TX 35 Denton
March 17-22 Austin, TX SXSW

April 21 Toronto, ON Lee’s Palace

April 23 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer

April 24 Burlington, VT Higher Ground

April 25 Providence, RI The Met

April 27 New York, NY Webster Hall

April 28 Boston, MA Paradise

April 30 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club

May 1 Albany, NY The Hollow

May 2 Rochester, NY Montage

May 4 Columbus, OH A & R Room
May 5 Indianapolis, IN Deluxe
May 6  Minneapolis, MN Varsity
May 8 Kansas City, MO Granada Theatre
May 12 Los Angeles, CA Fonda
May 13 San Diego, CA House of Blues Voodoo
May 15 Santa Ana, CA The Constellation Room
May 16 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
May 18 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
May 19 Seattle, WA Crocodile

May 20 Vancouver, BC The Imperial

1. New Daze
2. The Sunshine of Your Youth
3. On Your Side
4. Do What You Want
5. Perfect Vision
6. Haunted Love
7. A Million Ways
8. Dreamer
9. The Quiet Life
10. Little Bird