Happy release day!! Small Black’s Limits of Desire is now available at iTunes, Amazon, SC Distribution, and your local record store. Better go ahead and get your copy! Then check out the beautiful “Free At Dawn” video – posted below.
Small Black played their first show of the season last Friday at the opening reception for their Limits of Desire art show. You can check out photos from the gallery HERE. The band starts their full tour at the end of May. You’ll find the full list of dates and ticket links HERE.
Ole Foxygen are at it again. Here we are with a new [old] video for their song “No Destruction.” Why it’s a modern day Western! It’s an ode to adolescence! But really, you’re looking at a mix of newly filmed video plus a bit of footage from Foxy’s high school days; clips from The Legend of Colonel Bedlum and the Salty Biscuits (2005), Metronome (2007), Here’s Another One, Jon! (2008), The Buffalo Son (2009), and more included! The video was directed by Sam and Rado’s childhood friend Bryan Felber. WATCH ABOVE!
DON’T WAIT TO GET YOUR “NO DESTRUCTION” b/w “WHERE’S THE MONEY?” 7″! The single is out on May 28 and available for pre-order at SC Distribution.
Wolf People share their brand new video for the song “Empty Vessels.” Inspired by the artwork for their Fain album, the video is a collage of live performance and album imagery. Director Phil Poole created the video “as an abstract piece exploring the many layers and depths to the track, through a combination of unorthodox visuals and motion graphics.” “Empty Vessels” is found on Fain, which is now available SC Distribution, Amazon, iTunes and your local record store.
In other EXTREMELY exciting Wolf People news, they have announced their first ever North American tour. Even better? Many of the dates are with Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Check out their schedule below, with more dates TBA.
New Tour Dates:
10/14/13 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/15/13 Montreal, QC – Cabaret Mile End w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/16/13 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/17/13 Detroit, MI – Magic Stick Lounge w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/18/13 Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
10/19/13 Pittsburgh, PA – Altar w/ Unknown Mortal Orchestra
What’s tastier than a beer inspired by Pink Mountaintops? NOTHING. CBC Music put together a wee little project, asking fans to pair band names with beer styles and tag them with #CDNbandbeer on Twitter. Before long, labels were made and many a Canadian brewery were called on to make this mash-up a reality. We’re stoked Pink Mountaintops is included in the fun and cannot wait to get a taste.
Created by Cannery Brewing, PINK MOUNTAINHOPS hits stores June 7. What does it taste like? For starters, it’s a maibock, meaning a German-styled lager complete with classic German malts and noble hops. We’re talking all kinds of delicious.