Watch new music videos from Bohnes, Blondie and Machine Head—plus, don’t miss news from King Krule and Kailee Morgue. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
1. Primus announce Australian Tour with support from The Dean Ween Group
— Les, Ler and Tim (@primus) December 6, 2017
The bands are hitting the country in April. Check the dates below:
04/06 – Sydney, Australia @ Enmore Theatre
04/08 – Brisbane, Australia @ Eatons Hill Hotel
04/11 – Adelaide, Australia @ Thebarton Theatre
04/13 – Perth, Australia @ Metro City
04/15 – Melbourne, Australia @ Palais Theatre
From election to nuclear war and Russia to global warming, Blondie's new video has everything you could ask for including Joan Jett.
3. King Krule's emotional Tiny Desk performance is out
The singer-songwriter presented heartfelt versions of “Midnight 01 (Deep Sea Diver),” “Lonely Blue” and “Logos/Sublunary.”
4. Machine Head share behind-the-scenes footage of the “Catharsis” music video
From interviews with the director to how the makeup was done, the “making of” shows every detail of the music video. The song's off Machine Head's new album Catharsis, out Jan. 26, 2018.
5. Kailee Morgue release a space-inspired lyric video for “Discovery”
“The song really emphasizes a feeling of abandonment and loneliness but in a hopeful way,” described Morgue. “It’s a mixture of this happy and sad feeling that I hope my fans can relate to as all emotions can be complicated.”
6. Bohnes premieres a creepy music video for “My Friends”
The video from The Cab's Alex DeLeon solo project was shot in over 25 locations on Japan and, according to the singer, “represents ostracism of those who are different and is a discussion on the definition of beauty. No matter how bad things are, no matter how dark the clouds are in your mind, or how lonely you feel, there is someone out there looking for someone just like you.”
7. Rich People share an ethereal music video for “Back Step”
“The lyrics are from the perspective of a very self-involved musician who is often so wrapped up in their own writing and playing that they forget to maintain relationships. The attitude of being better-than and isolating from others starts with the first words,” explains vocalist Rob Rich.
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