Archive for Category: "Video"
Not a massive departure from what we’re used to from the band, but melodically this flies straight and true. Bucket loads of guitar delay too
Money’s sound lies in the dreamier, more psychedelic end of the pop spectrum, possessing undeniably spiritual qualities through their incorporation of a wide range of influences
With the quartet becoming a sextet with addition of a small boy on killer air guitar, the video sees the group playing out in a tiny room
Stopping in to play two new songs for Jimmy Fallon, the bespectacled Matt Berninger and co. unleashed the booming, harmonica-assisted ‘Sea of Love’ as well as the slower, more thoughtful ‘I Need My Girl’
The slow motion, black and white video for ‘The City’ pleasantly counteracts the beefier rework of the track that started it all last year, as the band project cityscapes onto naked torsos amongst fights and depressed models (as you do).
The crisp catchy guitars and blissful melodies of ‘You & I’ hark back to the optimistic charm of 2010′s ‘Plage’, whilst the video features the most evocative use of talking trees you’ll see all week. Listen to this and pretend its summer for 3 minutes.
The clip features vintage home-video footage and fits the song well. With little in the way of storyline or plot, it simply reminds us that this is an utterly fantastic pop song
Filmed by the band themselves in one continuous take, this video masterfully captures the ora of youthful abandon that positively oozes from the track
According to Schneider the new video for the record’s title track, Lord Huron’s, is “based on the first installment of George Ranger Johnson’s adventure series”.
‘Scandinavian Girls’ again sees the group blending the chirpy, squalling guitars of Two Door Cinema Club with the wunderpop melodies of fellow Scandies The Rumour Said Fire
Morris joined Odell onstage in Nottingham to perform a mesmerising version of her own track ‘Grow’ with Morris and Odell swapping verses and sharing the song’s muscular chorus