Howard, the band based out of Brooklyn announced their new album, Together Alone, will be out September 14th via Fashion People. With the album release date came the lead track, “Your Honor,” with the music video directed and animated by Joey Abisso.
The latest album of Khruangbin’s, Como Me Quieres, matched the sound that their listeners have come to love them for which is a mixture of influences from around the globe. Como Me Quieres, now out via Dead Oceans/Night Time Stories, was also a dedication to the band’s bassist, Laura Lee’s grandfather. The latest video from the album is for the title eponymous track, “Como Me Quieres,” and features footage shot around the world.
A Place To Bury Strangers released the video to the single “Too Tough To Kill,” a track from their latest album Pinned, which came out via Dead Oceans. The album was the band’s fifth studio album and with video now out, the band prepares to kick off more tour dates.
Caroline Rose just released the music video for the song “Bikini” from her latest album, LONER. The video comes along with new tour dates added to the tour for Loner as well as added dates, supporting Rainbow Kitten Surprise.
The trio from Washington D.C., Flasher, shared the news that their debut album, Constant Image, will be out June 8th via Domino Recording Co. Along with the news come a single, “Pressure,” and its music video.
Mexican Indie band, Zoé released their new single, “Azul,” on Thursday along with music video. The single was produced by Panoram Studios. The single and video are a preview of their new upcoming album which is set to come out on April 20th of this year.
The British band Shopping put out the music video for “Suddenly Gone, a track off of their latest album The Official Body, which was released on Fat Cat Records. The video comes ahead of their North American Tour which will include a stop at SXSW.