A Place To Bury Strangers – “We’ve Come So Far”
A Place to Bury Strangers’ new album, Transfixiation, came out earlier this week and released this video for their single “We’ve Come So Far” to go along with it. They’ll be here in Atlanta this weekend performing live at The EARL on Sunday, Feb. 22.
Waxahatchee – “Under A Rock”
“Under A Rock” is the latest single from Waxahatchee’s Ivy Tripp, due out April 17. Catch her live at Drunken Unicorn just a few days prior to that release on Monday, Apr. 13.
ODESZA feat. Shy Girls – “All We Need”
ODESZA, poised to become one of electronic music’s breakout acts this year with their release of In Return, put out their new music video for “All We Need” this week. Despite the extremely dark undertones of the video, we can’t help but groove happily to the beat.
Sleater-Kinney – “A New Wave”
Much of our staff has an absolute obsession with the show Bob’s Burgers, which means we are completely obsessed with Sleater-Kinney’s new music video for “A New Wave,” as they get animated with the Bob’s Burgers cast.
Ingrid Michaelson – “Time Machine”
While this song is instantly pleasing to the ears, the video is just as entertaining with comedic star-studded appearances from the likes of Rainn Wilson, Donald Faison, Matt Jones, David Koechner, and more taking over her video. I suppose that’s what happens when your music video is produced by Rainn Wilson’s company, SoulPancake.