hallelujah the hills “we are what we say we are” – video

Hallelujah The Hills – We Are What We Say We Are [Official Video] from Ryan Walsh on Vimeo.

sup, peoples? here be a new video off my favorite record of 2014, hallelujah the hills’ have you ever done something evil? read more about the video here, and buy their stuff here.

jason isbell “24 frames” – lyric video

top of the day. if you havent pre-ordered jason’s most excellent new record, something more than free, clicky here to do so. the video was directed by joey kneiser of glossary and also features a young bingham barnes also of glossary. btw, if you have never listened to glossary, which shame on you if you havent, you can still download the better angels of our nature, joey’s solo record as well as kelly’s, all for free. do it!

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england in 1819 “pine” video

what we have hear is baton rouge’s england in 1819, and their video for “pine” which features the lsu tiger girls, the southern university marching band and the runnels 9th grade drama class. you can buy the single for a name your price deal via their bandcamp page and while your over there check out some of their other records.

hallelujah the hills “nightingale lightning” video premiere

it is with my great pleasure to premiere the video for hallelujah the hills’ “nightingale lightning,” the second single off what i think is going to end being my favorite record of the year, no one knows what happens next. i have been listening to it non-stop since i first laid ears on it a few months back, and dammit there’s a reason for that! its a great freakin record. sure i was a fan of their two previous records, but this seems like a whole different band, and one finally realizing their collective greatness. do yourself a favor and grab it, now!

buy no one knows what happens next for a measly $5.96 via their bandcamp site and check out the tour dates right down there.

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richmond fontaine "lost in the trees" official video

shit, i didnt even know you could already buy/download what will probably end up being my favorite record of the year, richmond fontaine’s the high country via their bandcamp site. on top of that, for those that prefer a hardcopy aka cd of the record, you can order it via their site until the 9th – it officially comes out on cd on the 20th. stream it down there…