Friday, January 19, 2018

Watch: Lea Porcelain Air Music Video For "Gotta Run"

Berlin’s post-punk duo Lea Porcelain (aka Julien Brecht and Markus Nikolaus) have aired the video for their newest single "Gotta Run".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming new EP due this April . Buy the single here.

About the track, the band said: “ This has been one of our favourite tracks to play live. The song is an energetic fusion that holds the balance between light and shadow. It makes you feel simultaneously strong and reverent”.

And about the clip they said: "The video shows a priest who visibly struggles with himself and with the life that he has chosen, in search of something that he enjoys, in the dreary everyday life. And when he searches for truth, he starts to dance. And he feels he sacrifices himself for something he now doubts, whether it exists, in which he tries to feel himself again and to exist himself.”

Watch below.


New Entry: SPINN Premiere New Single "After Dark"

Liverpool indie pop/dream pop/jangle band SPINN have premiered their catchy new single "After Dark".

The song, produced by Chris McCrory of Catholic Action, is out now, and is taken from their upcoming new EP, which is expected to be released in March this year via Modern Sky UK.

Get it here and stream it below.



Watch: The Foreign Resort Unleash "She Is Lost" Music Video

Danish post-punk band The Foreign Resort have unleashed the video for "She Is Lost".

The song is part of our current playlist and came out in April last year (get it here). It is taken from their forthcoming album, coming out fall 2018.

The video was directed, filmed and edited by Chris Wallis. Check out below.


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Watch: Sextile Reveal Lyric Video For "Current Affair (feat. Sienna)"

Los Angeles post punk band Sextile have revealed a lyric video for their infectious new single "Current Affair (feat. Sienna)".

The song has been added to our current playlist and is out now via Felte Records. Grab your copy here.

About the track guest singer Sienna Scarritt, said: "Lyrically, the song addresses the regression of our (American) nation. It’s a backwards motion, a lapse in front of our eyes—happening fast. The song is a verbal refusal of getting caught in this current of delusion. It’s a plea to the world to wake up."

The video was directed by Brady Keehn. Watch it below.


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