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Live Gig Video: Arcade Fire preview ‘Here Comes The Night Time,’ ‘We Exist’ and ‘Normal Person’ in Saturday Night Live special clip

By on Monday, 30th September 2013 at 4:00 pm

This past Saturday, Canadian band Arcade Fire appeared on American late night weekend programme Saturday Night Live to preview some new songs – ‘Here Comes The Night Time,’ ‘We Exist’ and ‘Normal Person’ – in this Roman Coppola-directed free for all. This seems like such a WTF moment to me, but maybe you beg to differ. Watch it below.

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Video of the Moment #1334: The Killers

By on Sunday, 29th September 2013 at 10:00 am

The Killers have had some, shall we say, interesting videos over the last couple of years. The Tim Burton-directed ‘Here With Me’ comes first to mind. In this new one for ‘Shot at the Night’, the band go home – literally – to where it all began, in Las Vegas. The more conventional video here takes you through a Cinderella-type tale, just that it’s happening in Sin City of all places. This new song will appear on the band’s ‘Direct Hits’ greatest hits collection (man, I feel old saying that) out on the 11th of November on Island.

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Video of the Moment #1333: Keaton Henson

By on Saturday, 28th September 2013 at 10:00 am

Keaton Henson has a new video out for ‘You’, from this year’s ‘Birthday’ LP. Levitation is not something you see much in music videos these days, is it? Oops. I think I may have given too much away already. Watch the video below.


Video of the Moment #1332: Best Friends

By on Friday, 27th September 2013 at 6:00 pm

I’m a little late to the Best Friends party. I have it on good authority from a famous friend that their set at this year’s Tramlines was full of shenanigans, including a female crowdsurfer who was unceremoniously dropped from her temporary position aloft and fell onto a pint glass, cutting her back. Eep. I suppose if you can get punters to be as crazy as that, you must be doing something good. And speaking of crazy, here is the Sheffield band’s latest video for ‘Happy Anniversary’, featuring a fictional dating show and random shots of band members in states of undress and fooling around, which works well with the Northern band’s surf pop sound. Watch it below.

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Video of the Moment #1331: The Thespians

By on Thursday, 26th September 2013 at 6:00 pm

Liverpool rockers The Thespians have a brand new video for the song ‘Why Do I Like You?’, in which they take a trip down to the seaside. Gosh, they’re pretty people. The tune will be released as a single on the 21st of October, and if you were wondering why there’s Japanese at the start of the video, I’m assuming it’s for their fans in ol’ Nippon: the Liverpudlians have already released material over there.

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MP3 of the Day (and more!) #784: Richard Judge

By on Thursday, 26th September 2013 at 10:00 am

Following the break-up of his band I Dream In Colour earlier this year, IDIC’s frontman Richard Judge is set to release a solo EP, as yet untitled, early next year. In advance of that release, Judge is previewing two of his songs, ‘Foundations’ and ‘Show Me Love’, via SoundCloud.

‘Foundations’ begins, aptly, with the simple foundation of an acoustic guitar serving to showcase Judge’s dynamic singing ability. After the first refrain, backing vocals and driving rhythms begin to build momentum behind the repetition of the anthemic chorus, which is sure to echo in your memory. A free download of the song is available in the Soundcloud widget below. If you like ‘Foundations’, you won’t want to miss ‘Show Me Love,’ available to stream directly below the first song in audio form, as well as to be listened to live as a gondola acoustically, performed by the man himself.

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