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Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Hundred Waters’ ‘Fingers’

Hundred Waters have shared the Allie Avital-directed video for ‘Fingers’ from their forthcoming album Communicating, out on September 14 via OWSLA.

The visuals complement the track’s hushed tones. They also shared a free stream of ‘Blanket Me’ from the album;

The vinyl version of Communicating will come bundled with their Currency EP.

“From a broad lens,” vocalist/songwriter Nicole Miglis said in a statement “The album is a breakup. It starts with a need for independence and it ends with an ‘all better,’ like we did it: we learned, we loved, we separated, and now it’s time for the next chapter.”

Catch Hundred Waters on the following dates;

9/23 – San Diego @ The Casbah *
9/24 – Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom *
9/26 – Salt Lake City @ Kilby Court *
9/27 – Denver, CO @ Bluebird *
9/28 – Kansas City, MO @ Record Bar *
9/29 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry *
9/30 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle *
10/2 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe
10/3 – Montreal, QC @ SAT +
10/5 – Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall +
10/6 – Washington D.C. @ U Street Music Hall +
10/7 – New York, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg +
10/8 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts +
10/10 – Atlanta, GA @ The Earl +
10/12 – Orlando, FL @ The Social +
10/13 – Miami, FL @ iii points festival
10/23 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute
10/24 – London, UK – Village Underground
10/26 – Brighton, UK – The Haunt
10/27 – Brussels, BE – Autumn Falls @ Botanique
10/28 – Namur, BE – Autumn Falls @ Beautes Soniques
10/30 – Amsterdam, NE – Paradiso
11/1 – Paris, FR – Pitchfork Avant Garde @ Badaboum
11/3 – Zurich, CH – Rote Fabrik
11/4 – Lugano, CH @ Studio Foce
11/5 – Luzern, CH @ Sederl
11/8 – Hamburg, DE @ Haekken
12/2 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent
12/7 – Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
12/8 – Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
12/9 – Vancouver, BC – Fox Cabaret
* w/ Lafawndah
+ w/ Kelsey Lu
1. Particle
2. Wave To Anchor
3. Prison Guard
4. Parade
5. At Home and In My Head
6. Firelight
7. Re
8. Fingers
9. Communicating
10. Blanket Me
11. Better

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Trippy Turtle’s ‘Lettuce’ (Featuring Soulja Boy)

Trippy Turtle has shared the visual for ‘Lettuce’, featuring Soulja Boy, from his debut EP The Trippy, out on August 23 via his FoFoFadi Records imprint.

The clip sees Trippy and Soulja Boy taking a roller coaster ride full of fun and mischief.

He also announced the dates of his upcoming tour;

9/15 – San Bernardino, CA @ Noctournal Wonderland
9/27 – Washington, DC @ Flash 
9/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Coda
9/30 – Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room
10/11 – San Antonio, TX @ Lush
10/13 – Houston, TX @ Stereo Live Houston
10/14 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
10/20 – Dallas, TX @ Stereo Live Dallas
10/28 – Denver, CO @ Beta 
10/31 – San Francisco, CA @ 1015 Folsom
11/03 – Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
11/04 – Montreal, QC @ NewSpeak

 

1. Animal 
2. Lettuce ft. Soulja Boy
3. Solo ft. Lil B
4. Super Song ft. Disco Duck
5.  I Need A Pimp ft Chacha Chimp

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Mogwai’s ‘Party in the Dark’

The Craig Murray-directed video for Mogwai’s ‘Party in the Dark’ takes visual cues from horror and sci-fi movies from the 80’s.

The effects were achieved using practical methods. The silicone-moulded sculptures were case in wax then melted. Shooting the video took 10 days using a combination of stop motion, regular and time-lapse filming.

The track is taken from the Scottish band’s forthcoming album Every Country’s Sun. ‘Party in the Dark’ has already enjoyed several weeks on BBC Radio 6 Music A List. A 7″ single featuring the song along with a b-side, ‘Eternal Panther’ is out on August 25.

Mogwai joined forces with David Fridmann, who helmed the board’s for their 2001 effort Rock Action.

Catch Mogwai on the following dates;

19 August – Hostess Club All-Nighter, Chiba
8 September – Festival No.6, Portmeirion
10 October – Rockefeller, Oslo
11 October – Nobelberget, Stockholm
12 October – KB, Malmo
13 October – Vega, Copenhagen
14 October – Columbiahalle, Berlin
16 October – Docks, Hamburg
17 October – E-Werk, Koeln
18 October – Aeronef, Lille
20 October – AB Main Hall, Brussels
21 October – AB Main Hall, Brussels
22 October – Tivoli Vredenburg Ronda, Utrecht
23 October – Grand Rex, Paris
25 October – Riviera, Madrid
26 October – Reithalle @ Kaserne Basel, Basel
27 October – Fabrique, Milan
28 October – Atlantico, Rome
29 October – Estragon, Bologna
31 October – Roxy, Prague
1 November – Arena, Vienna
2 November – Täubchenthal, Leipzig
3 November – Backstage, Munich
18/19 November – Corona Capital Fest, Mexico
20 November – Observatory N. Park, San Diego
21 November – Belasco Theater, Los Angeles
22 November – Regency Ballroom, San Francisco
23 November – Roseland Theater, Portland
24 November – The Showbox, Seattle
25 November – Commodore Ballroom. Vancouver
28 November – Ogden Theatre, Denver
30 November – The Waiting Room, Omaha
1 December – First Avenue, Minneapolis
2 December – House of Blues, Chicago
3 December – Majestic Theatre, Detroit
5 December – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto
6 December – Corona Theatre, Montreal
7 December – Royale Nightclub, Boston
8 December – Terminal 5, New York
9 December – Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia
10 December – 9:30 Club, Washington
15 December – O2 Academy Brixton, London
16 December – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Stream James Heather’s ‘Biomes’ for Free

James Heather has shared a free stream of ‘Biomes’ from his forthcoming album Stories From Far Away on Piano, out on August 18.

“’Biomes’ was written, like the other album tracks, about a news story. This specific one was focussed on Paris climate talks, and in homage to the Biomes of our world. It’s supposed to feel upbeat and triumphant as I hoped for a good outcome, where we would respect the natural wonders of our world. Of course initially it seemed to be good news, but now Trump is pulling the USA out as we speak. This could’ve been a key moment in history where we all got on the same page to protect the Earth for the generations to come, but one decision may put a stop to that. In many years to come, will we look back to this moment as an opportunity missed?” Heather said in a statement.

The album’s cover art, created by Suki, was inspired by the album’s concept of interpreting real world stories. Catch Heather on the following dates;

August 26th – Solidarity of Arts Festival, Gdańsk Poland (w. Johann Johannsson, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Forest Swords)
November 4th – National Concert Hall, Dublin


The Whiskey Gentry Share Video for ‘Dead Ringer’ & Tour Dates

The Whiskey Gentry have unveiled the video for the title track from their latest release Dead Ringer ahead of tour dates in support the album;

August 9 SILVER DOLLAR BAR, CODY, WY
August 10 MUSIC ON MAIN, BOZEMAN, MT
August 11 BABCOCK THEATRE, BILLINGS, MT
August 12 THE OLD SALOON , EMIGRANT, MT
August 16  THE GOOSETOWN TAVERN, DENVER, CO
August 17 ROCKABILLIES, ARVADA, CO
August 19 MUSIC IN THE MEADOW, BRENTWOOD, TN
September 2 SOUTHERN GROWN FESTIVAL, SEA ISLAND, GA
September 9 WOODSTOCK SUMMER CONCERT SERIES, WOODSTOCK, GA
September 16 & 17 BRISTOL RHYTHM & REUNION , BRISTOL, TN
September 22 40 WATT, ATHENS, GA


Stream Small Circle’s ‘Spinning’ for Free

Small Circle‘s Marissa D’elia had this to say about this single ‘Spinning’, now streaming for free, in a statement;

“‘Spinning’ is about not being met with the same emotional effort you’re putting into a friendship/relationship yet still providing it against better judgement. Both verses come together to form this perfect juxtaposition of feeling exhausted but wanting to see that pain through.”

The track is taken from their album Cyclical, out one September 8 via Flower Girl Records/Triple Crown Records.

The band came together when Sorority Noise singer Cam Boucher recruited D’Elia for a new project in early 2016, despite never having heard her sing before, he still knew that she had a message to deliver.

They released their debut EP in April 2016. Even though Boucher was a music veteran, it was D’Elia’s first experience with a band.

“I definitely struggled with finding my voice,” D’Elia explained. “I have friends who have made some of my favorite music ever, and a lot of times I’d turn to Cam and say, ‘My favorite songs already exist’ or ‘This song I want to write already exists.’ He always told me to reach for more. A big thing was getting over perfection.”

“This album is me trying to decide what’s important to me, what’s been sitting on my heart and how I want to use my voice,” she continued. “Cam said I have important things to say, and every time I’m writing, I go back to that.”

Small Circle will head out on the road in support of the album in late summer/early fall. Catch them on the following dates;

1. We Belong Here
2. Vague Consensus
3. Spinning
4. Mornings
5. Point Breeze
6. Ritual
7. Stuartess
8. Futile
9. Cooler Mood
10. About You


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Harbour’s ‘7 Days’

Brantford, Ontario’s Harbour have shared the video for ‘7 Days’.

The band is currently hard at work on the follow-up to their 2014 album Grade School Summer with producer  Steve Rizun (The Flatliners, Rust Belt Lights,
Nothington).

Catch Harbour on the following dates;

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