The Kills – “The Last Goodbye” Video

“The Last Goodbye” is a somber track off The Kills’ recent record, Blood Pressures, which is available on Domino. In the video for the song, Allison Mosshart and Jamie Hince sit in a photo booth looking depressingly glamorous. It might be a little boring, but the song is great. Check it out below… The Kills: The Last Goodbye on Nowness.com.  Read More

New Real Estate Video

Real Estate debuted their new video for “It’s Real” this morning. The video features a dog wagging his tongue and tail through a sequence of memories with the band. The dog then joins a bunch of his closest canine companions for a private home show. Real Estate’s latest album Days dropped mid-October on Domino, and is worth a listen if you haven’t already done so. Tour Dates and video below: 11.04.11 – Salt Lake City, UT – Urban... Read More

Twin Sister release video, on tour w/ The Pains of Being Pure At Heart

This week indie buzz band Twin Sister released their first full-length studio album “In Heaven,” via Domino Records. Along with the release comes their second music video for the track “Kimmi in a Rice Field.” The band will be hitting the road in support of the album through out the month of October. They will be supporting The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Wild Beasts video Below! TWIN SISTER TOUR DATES 09-28 Brooklyn, NY –... Read More

The Kills – Blood Pressure [8.1]

To be perfectly blunt, The Kills are cool as fuck. I doubt many rock fans would disagree with that statement. Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart have proven themselves to be one slick duo, most notably on Midnight Boom, released in 2008. From the lyrics to the beats to the sometimes deadened vocal delivery, it was one of the coolest albums released that year. Now, three years later, The Kills are back with Blood Pressure… still cool, still rife... Read More

The Kills – “Future Starts Slow” Video

On June 28th, The Kills will be digitally releasing their new single “Future Starts Slow,” along with b-side “Blue Moon,” through Domino Records. The physical version comes out the next day. Watch the video for “Future Starts Slow” below. Directed by Philip Andelman, it follows The Kills from backstage to front, one city to the next, as their brand new anthem rings through.  Read More



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