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WATCH: New Moonface Video, U.S. Tour Starts this Week

Directed by UK artist Marsha Balaeva, the new video for Moonface’s “Faraway Lightning” premiered today on MTV Hive. Balaeva created the video with her own hand-drawn images. “According to her, the story corresponds to the five stages of mourning — as the clip’s protagonist travels between worlds, he comes to grips with his loss. Krug is a master at blending myth and fantasy into everyday stories — in fact, the character’s feather suit and fall to earth recalls the Icarus story, a myth Krug used frequently with Sunset Rubdown.” It’s the second video to accompany his recently released album With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery. Watch above!

Spencer Krug kicks off his U.S. tour this week. Joining him at every show is Siinai, with whom he collaborated on Heartbreaking Bravery. See the full list of dates HERE.

Moonface’s “With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery” Out Today!

Today is the day. Spencer Krug releases his third album under the Moonface moniker. With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery is now available for purchase in your local record stores and online. You can also pick up a copy from Spencer during his summer tour. See full list of dates HERE.

Click here to get your copy of With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery. Just so you know, today is the LAST day to get the bonus 7″ when you order the deluxe bundle!

Stream the album in full at AOL Spinner now. Last, but certainly not least in the Moonface realm, Spencer released his video for “Teary Eyes and Bloody Lips” last week. Watch it on Vimeo.

 

With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery

“The result is a blend of startling lyrical depth and slow, whirlpools of murky music.” Consequence of Sound

Where Krug’s output in the late 2000s was virtuosic and volatile, Bravery is poised and comparatively stoic. The record functions on tension and, for the most part, does so brilliantly. PopMatters

“Juggling minimalism and majesty, Krug elegantly conducts every one of Siinai’s fluttering, kosmische pulses into the numb room behind his sternum. No wonder his heart is breaking.” A.V. Club

WATCH: New Moonface Video, See Spencer Live on Tour this Summer

Get ready! We’re on Moonface overload today. First, we’ve got a brand new video for “Teary Eyes and Bloody Lips,” off the forthcoming album. Premiering on Spin this morning, the video was directed by UK-based artist Marsha Balaeva. Watch above.

Now that you’ve checked out the video, hear With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery in its entirety at The A.V. Club. It will be available for your listening pleasure all week! Out officially next Tuesday, April 17th, you can pre-order the album HERE.

Click here to stream With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery.

Finally, see Moonface live in concert! Spencer heads out for the European leg of tour in May, with North American dates to follow. See the full schedule HERE.

Pre-Order New Moonface Album, MP3 Available for Download

Moonface’s With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery is officially available for pre-order. Best part? Starting today when you pre-order the album, you’ll receive an instant digital download. That’s right; you DO NOT have to wait until April 17th to hear the ENTIRE record. The deluxe bundle features the record on both cd and vinyl formats, a limited 7″ with two previously unreleased songs and a poster with album art. What are you waiting for? Pre-order the album HERE.

A new song from the forthcoming album, “Headed For the Door,” premiered on Pitchfork today. Listen and download below!

Spencer Krug’s Moonface To Release “With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery” In April – Download “Teary Eyes and Bloody Lips”

Spencer Krug has made another record under the name Moonface, this time with the help of some new friends. The third product of an ongoing series of changing collaborations and approaches to tune-making is called With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery (out April 17th).

Much more on Moonface With Siinai: Heartbreaking Bravery, after the jump!

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