While guitarist Paul Marc Rousseau is still recovering from the emergency abdominal emergency he had to undergo, Silverstein have decided to release the music video for their song, “On Brave Mountains We Conquer” from their sixth studio album, This is How the Wind Shifts.
Reluctantly, the band had to reveal that they would have to cancel and postpone a lot more dates from their current Canadian tour due to Rousseau’s condition. But yesterday, good news came in the form of tweets from the band when they revealed that their upcoming shows in Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John, Newfoundland and Labrador, would go on as planned.
As for the postponed shows, the band said they will wait until the right time frame when Rousseau is feeling better, and then they will reschedule those shows.
After releasing “Coming of Age” as a lyric video at the beginning of 2014, Foster the People have released the official music video for the song.
The video features images of all the good and bad things that go on with being a teenagers. Things like running from the cops, sitting alone on the bleachers on a football field, smoking cigarettes in secret; just the normal teen angst that we all felt once upon a time ago (or even now) with moody lighting to match.
The eighties-esuqe music video can be seen here.
“Coming of Age” will be featured on Foster The People’s upcoming new album, Supermodel which is set to be released on March 14. According to frontman Mark Foster, this is the band’s most angry album to date. By the way, the band have only two albums.
Once you’ve gone on national television on your reality television show and revealed that you’ve had sex with a ghost or drank your own pee on camera, there really isn’t much more you can do to make people’s jaws drop to the floor.
For Ke$ha, being called a “crack whore” and all those lovely nicknames is just a normal day for the singer. In her directorial debut for her new music video, “Dirty Love,” she keeps up her party girl persona by playing a stripper.
In the video, she rocks garter belts, her now signature rainbow-colored hair and goes about writhing around on the floor. But that’s not all; she also gets doused in champagne which she spits at the camera and her fellow dancers in this grainy, almost sex tape like video.
“Death by glitter. hope u like it,” she wrote about her directorial debut on YouTube, adding that the song is her favorite off her Warrior album.
Oh Ke$ha, what are we going to do with you. Anyways, the video can been seen below and some warning ahead of time, the video’s a little NSFW.
Paramore have released the music video for their song, “Anklebiters.” Even though most often than not music videos equal singles, Paramore frontwoman, Hayley Williams revealed on Twitter that the song would in fact not be their next single.
Check out the cool animation in the video below:
“Anklebiters” is featured on the band’s most recent released album, Paramore.
Man Overboard might have released their new album, Heart Attack yesterday but it hasn’t stopped the band from releasing the music video for the title track.
Check out the video for “Heart Attack” below and don’t forget to check out the full album now out in stores through Rise Records.
All Time Low are back with a brand new video for their newest single, “Backseat Serenade.”
A few weeks back, bassist Jack Barakat released a few tweets letting fans know that the bands new video would definitely be “Backseat Serenade” even though the band were being cryptic and hiding the identity of the song.
Check out the full video below:
“Backseat Serenade” is featured on the band’s fifth album, Don’t Panic that was released through Hopeless Records last year.
A few days back, the boys from All Time Low had said that they would be filming the music video to a new single, they just weren’t giving out the name of the song quite yet. Today, it was confirmed by guitarist, Jack Barakat that the song of choice would be “Backseat Serenade,” a personal favorite from their current album, Don’t Panic.
Check out Barakat’s tweet about the music video here:
So far, there has been no release date for the video’s premiere but then again, they are probably still in the middle of filming it.
Save Rock and Roll may have been gift enough for fans of Fall Out Boy, but apparently the boys have been feeling extra generous this week because they just finished released the world’s shortest preview for their upcoming music video.
The 19 second clip continues the story from “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” and “The Phoenix” which is why it says part three in the credits.
The questions that stick out are “will the band escape those female kidnappers at last?” “Will things get better or worse for them?!” or just the simple “what the hell is going on?” But for all purposes, keep it locked, because we will all be finding out real soon (at least that’s what the clip says).
Until then, check out the clip below:
Last week Paramore stream their entire album on line as part of their “4 Side/4 Night” series and now they have release the video for one of those songs. As they released the tracks, they also gave a wink and a nudge that the song, “Still into You” will be the one to get the music video treatment within the following weeks. Their hints weren’t in vain because the video featuring ballerinas, a canoe in a sea of blue and white balloons and a mansion full of BMX bikes has hit the web.
Watch the video below:
Paramore is scheduled to be released on April 9th, but according to record label, Fueled by Ramen, the full 17-track album is now available on iTunes.
OK Go may be remembered as the band that made their own treadmill starring, DIY video a few years back that blew people’s minds because of its simplicity, yet originality. Now the group are back asking fans to compete in order to have them direct their new music video.
The band has partnered with Saatchi & Saatchi, Talenthouse, and BUG for a contest aimed at new directors searching for exposure in their field. The Saatachi & Saatachi Music Video Challenge has collaborate with artists such a Moby in the past and now they are looking to do the same thing with OK Go.
Their latest challenge is going on right now all the way through early-May, so that prospective directors have enough time to get to know the track, “I’m Not Through,” in some detail. While the band are known for DIY videos, they’ve decided to leave it to those who want to pursue this as a potential career.
For all those interested in this one of a kind opportunity, you can visit the Saatachi & Saatachi website right here.
Like The Hunger Games says, “good luck and may the odds be ever in your favor.”