Following much acclaim for their debut album Fear In Bliss, which was released in April, and as they prepare to embark on an extensive UK tour in support of The Felice Brothers, OKC quintet HORSE THIEF have just unveiled a new video for ‘Little Dust’.
The video was directed by Matt Bizer, who had this say on its origins…
“I had written a short film script called “Ordained” that I had been sitting on and it just felt like the perfect pairing to Cameron’s songwriting. Cameron and I really worked together seamlessly in the creative process and I knew this role could be perfect for Luis [Bordonada].” Check it out below…
With the release of their much-anticipated debut album The Dew Lasts An Hour just four weeks away on 8th September, BALLET SCHOOL have just announced news of a 10-date UK/Ireland tour in November…
Tuesday 11 November – LEEDS – Belgrave Music Hall
Wednesday 12 November – GLASGOW – Broadcast
Thursday 13 November – LIVERPOOL – Shipping Forecast
Friday 14 November – BIRMINGHAM – The Bulls Head
Saturday 15 November – BRISTOL – Start The Bus
Monday 17 November – SHEFFIELD – Bungalows and Bears
Tuesday 18 November – BRIGHTON – The Hope
Wednesday 19 November – LONDON – The Lexington
Friday 21 November – DUBLIN – Workman’s Club
Saturday 22 November – BELFAST – Voodoo
Listen to CHARIOT from the band’s upcoming album, Albumin, due August 18th.
Pre-order the album direct from the Bella Union store and you will receive an eggsellent game designed by Katrina. Watch the eggstructional video below…
30th August – End of the Road
2nd September – The Shacklwell Arms (FREE SHOW w/Landshapes)
With the release of their much-anticipated debut album The Dew Lasts An Hour just over a month away on Bella Union, BALLET SCHOOL have revealed a visually striking and stylish video for new track ‘Lux’.
Directed by Nova Dando and currently premiering on Noisey, the video can be viewed here….
With anticipation mounting around the release of his sophomore LP Weatherhouse in October, Philip Selway has today unveiled the video to ‘Coming Up For Air’, the first single to be released from the album. Directed by the acclaimed Spanish film collective NYSU, the video features a montage of arresting images which incorporate classic 60s zooms, changing from real situations to dream sequences.
Philip Selway comments: “Good videos can make you rethink the song that you’ve written. They also shine a light on what makes the track tick. NYSU have made a visually rich and intriguing piece for “Coming Up For Air” which stands up in its own right, yet feels in tune with the track.