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Lana Del Rey - Honeymoon

New song, the title track from Lana Del Rey’s new album, Honeymoon (September, 2015).

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Weezer (feat. Bethany Cosentino) - Go Away

Official video for Go Away (feat. Bethany Cosentino) off the album “Everything Will Be Alright In The End” out now. Directed by Brendan Walter + Greg Yagolnitzer.

 

Mumford & Sons - Ditmas

Taken from  their new album, “Wilder Mind”. The single 'Ditmas' will be out on 11th September 2015. The video was filmed in Kiev by director Alex Southam.

Foals - What Went Down (Live)

The title track from Foals new album, performed live at Maida Vale, as part of an exclusive performance for Annie Mac at Radio1. 

 

Kishi Bashi - Carry On Phenomenon (The Crypt Sessions)

Kaoru Ishibashi, Kishi Bashi, performs "Carry On Phenomenon" for The Crypt Sessions. The song is included in his second studio album "Lighght".

 

 


Video Of The Week: Brandon Flowers - I Can Change (Live From Brixton Academy)

A live video including footages shot during Flowers’ Brixton Academy gig in London. Video directed by Giorgio Testi.

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Time Machine Video of The Week: My Chemical Romance - Welcome to the Black Parade (2006)

Welcome to the Black Parade (originally titled The Five of Us Are Dying) was the first single taken from My Chemical Romance’s third studio album,The Black Parade. It was released on September 11, and It is the band’s eighth single. The video for the single was directed by Samuel Bayer, known for his work with Nirvana and Green Day. The video features four of the main characters. “The Patient”, “Fear”, “Regret”, and “Mother War”. “Fear” and “Regret” are the two women that stand beside “The Patient” on the cover for the single. “Mother War” is the woman in the Victorian-era gown and gas mask.  The video tells a basic version of the story behind The Black Parade quite closely. Gerard Way has said that it is “the definitive video for the record” which “summed up the album”. The song became the group’s first number one in the UK on October 15, 2006, staying there for two weeks. 

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