VIDEO: Slow Club – “Where I’m Waking”

Slow Club

It’s a sad day when I have to send you to NME – one of the only modern publications still¬†reporting on¬†everything the Gallagher brother’s say (who, by the way, no one gives a damn about) – but alas, it is they who are premiering the new video from talented English duo Slow Club.

The video isn’t amazing and doesn’t quite have the same charm as “It Doesn’t Have To Be Beautiful“, but the song sees their writing heading in a new, albeit interesting and full direction – they still have those charismatic vocal hooks, but their sound seems less quaint and withdrawn this time (not that it was a bad thing on their debut album though!). It’ll be interesting to see what kind of sound Paradise, their sophomore release, has. It’s out on September the 12th.

Check out the video over here.

VIDEO: The Living End – “Song For The Lonely”

Aussie rockers The Living End have just released their sixth full length album, The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating, and “Song for the Lonely” is the second single from the release!

Check out this brand new video from the guys. Not sure how I feel about the artistic choice to blur the guys “parts”, would’ve been better to cover them up another way. Overall the video has some cool slow-mo footage, but that seems to be about it. You can weave together any explanation you want about the water and paintball bombardment being a metaphor and how these people are lonely or oppressed or whatever, but it really doesn’t seem all that revolutionary. That said, it’s a cool song, and well, the video is at least interesting.

See what you think.