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The Arcs recently stopped by The Village recording studios in LA, where they performed a live take of "Put a Flower in Your Pocket," off Yours, Dreamily, their forthcoming debut album. You can watch the performance here. This follows the recent unveiling of their performance of "Outta My Mind" from the same session. Both album tracks, as well as the track "Stay in My Corner," are available to download now with pre-orders of the new album.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News VideoVideoFriday, August 21, 2015|0 comments
Conor Oberst, while on tour for his Nonesuch Records debut album, Upside Down Mountain, performed at the House of Blues in Boston this past June. The WGBH program Front Row Boston was there to capture the event. You can now watch the full set, including several songs from Upside Down Mountain, Bright Eyes tunes, and more, here. Oberst tours the West Coast with M. Ward and The Felice Brothers this fall.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News On Tour VideoVideoMonday, August 17, 2015|0 comments
The Arcs recently stopped by The Village recording studios in Los Angeles, where they performed a live take of "Outta My Mind," the first single off Yours, Dreamily, their forthcoming debut album. You can watch the performance here. The album track "Outta My Mind," which is available to download now with pre-orders of Yours, Dreamily, has garnered critical acclaim, with Vulture praising its "raw, bare-bones appeal," and Spin noting its "barrage of deliciously reverbed, strung-out riffs." The song is also featured on a 7-inch single with non-album track "My Mind."Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News VideoVideoThursday, August 13, 2015|0 comments
The Arcs, whose debut album, Yours, Dreamily, is due out September 4, have unveiled the video for a new track off the album, "Put a Flower in Your Pocket." The video was directed by "El Oms" (artist Omar Juarez)—who created the art for the Yours, Dreamily, album cover and vinyl 7-inch singles for the tracks "Stay in My Corner" and "Outta My Mind"—and premiered today via Noisey, which calls the track "dirty, bluesy soulful music with a reverbed, modern twist." Watch it here. The track premiered on Zane Lowe's show on Beats 1 earlier in the day.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News VideoVideoThursday, July 16, 2015|1 comments
Rhiannon Giddens has written a new song, entitled "Cry No More," in response to the tragic shooting of nine parishioners at the Emanuel AME church in Charleston, SC, in June. She brought together friends and band members to film a video for the song, which she co-wrote with her sister Lalenja Harrington, at the United Congregational Church in her home town of Greensboro, NC. The video, directed by filmmaker Harvey Robinson, premiered via NPR Music. You can watch it here.