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WATCH // Sharon Van Etten Shares “Every Time the Sun Comes Up” Video Dir. By David Kessler Via NPR Music, ‘Are We There’ Out 5/27

Sharon Van Etten‘s new album Are We There is out at the end of the month and today she offers a new visual for recent single “Every Time the Sun Comes Up”. This morning NPR Music premiered the new video directed by David Kessler. Watch it above or on YouTube / Vevo.

Get to know Sharon with a beautiful Pitchfork profile piece by Amanda Petrusich that you can read here.

Pre-order Sharon’s new album out May 27th (26th in Europe) via SC Distribution, Amazon, iTunes, and your local record store.

Click read more to see Sharon’s upcoming tour dates.

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WATCH // Watch Volcano Choir’s Live “Comrade” Performance For Pitchfork’s City of Music, On Tour Now

We are excited to share a special Pitchfork City of Music session filmed at the band’s rehearsal space, Tannery Recording Studio, in Milwaukee, directed by Dan Huiting. Watch the video above or here on YouTube.

If you missed it last week, watch All Songs Considered / NPR Music‘s live recording of the band at DC’s 9:30 Club here.

Volcano Choir is in Minneapolis later this week at First Avenue and then Eau Claire before the band’s first ever tour dates in Europe. Also catch Volcano Choir on the West Coast with recently announced shows in January. Click read more below to see all dates and ticket links.

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WATCH // NPR Music Releases Live Video Of Volcano Choir’s 9:30 Club Show

Haven’t seen Volcano Choir live this year or still waiting for your chance? Courtesy of NPR Music you can preview their live show by watching an amazing video of the group’s whole 9:30 Club concert in Washington, DC on September 12th. You can stream the concert, which includes two unreleased songs, “The Valleyinaire” and “Blue Ni Ni (The Volcano Shores)”, above or on NPR‘s website HERE.

Click read more to see the concert’s set list while you watch along, hear the Comrade Remix EP, see links to buy Repave, and ticket links for newly announced European tour dates!
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LATE NIGHT TV DEBUT // UMO Destroy Fallon Stage

Good afternoon fine folks of the interwebs. Last night, Unknown Mortal Orchestra made their late night television debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Our leather daddies wasted no time in getting right down to business. Playing II’s “So Good At Being In Trouble,” UMO destroyed the stage with their performance, and Ruban even threw in a golden god guitar solo at the end. ENJOY ABOVE.

If you like what you see, be sure to catch NPR Music’s live stream of UMO and Foxygen’s gig tomorrow night at Rock & Roll Hotel. Show starts at 9:00 PM ET. Details details details. Lastly, we will wrap this note up by reminding you to check out all the upcoming tour dates!

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Featured On NPR’s All Songs Considered

Unknown Mortal Orchestra get some lovin’ from NPR Music’s All Songs Considered. Bob and Robin feature the new track “One At A Time” on the new episode.Listen to the podcast.

What do yah know? You can also stream UMO’s II in its entirety at NPR Music. Skip the poppycock and order the album from SC Distribution (available for immediate download).

How Can You Really by Foxygen
Cosmic Vibrations by Foxygen
Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey

Coulda Been My Love by Foxygen

Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices

Tiderays by Volcano Choir

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves

Lia Ices
Boston, MA - Church of Boston

Moonface
Ravenna, IT - Bronson

The Cave Singers
Jacksonville, FL - Free Bird Live  w/ The Devil Makes Three

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