Videos of the Day: Three Blind Wolves || James Yuill || ACBs || Fat White Family

Videos of the Day

Videos to watch from Three Blind Wolves and the film for their new single In Here Somewhere, from James Yuill and his Greek mythology inspired video for Turn Yourself Around. We have the ACBs 70s Grindhouse inspired video for Television and finally Fat White Family’s video for their macabre and slightly unhinged track Cream Of The Young.

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Watch These! Video Round-Up

Video Catch-Up.

As well as our regular Video of the Day posts, these vids have also caught our attention recently, and given the backlog we have, we thought it was time for a big round up of these as well. So here goes.

Mean Creek’s video for Young & Wild perfectly captures the innocence, the excitement and the carefree joy of youthful moments reflected in the song’s message.

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FOE’s new single is Black Lodge which is named after the fictional setting featured in Lynch’s infamous TV series Twin Peaks, and demonstrates rather well her unique take on story telling that clashes childlike innocence with the impending sense of the unknown.

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The video for the propulsive, jittery indie rock of Hey! For Horses by The Rest features puppet sex and murderous horses. What more do you need?

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Scottish four-piece Three Blind Wolves channel vintage Americana influences, with Parade transporting you to the sleepy towns and vast landscapes of the American frontier.

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Matti Jasu describes himself as an unknown singer/songwriter all the way from Finland. That should change as this track, Fingers Crossed, with backing band The Loose Train, is top-notch country rock shot through with some garage rumble and swagger and even manages to wig out in the very best Wilco style at the end. Check out his Bandcamp page here.

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SF based Evil Eyes have a pretty neat trippy animated video for Playing With Matches, with hand-drawn illustration and animation by Hayley Akins of the band Dignan Porch, it is a excellent slice of lo-fi psych-rock that is available as a free download from Bandcamp here.

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New Animal have produced a wistfully hazy video for their recent single, the woozy slice of sepia-tinged summer pop Falling Up.

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The British IBM, formed by retro enthusiast and singer-songwriter Adrian Killens combine nerdy delights – indie rock and vintage computing on their eponymous debut album. The second single from the album, also titled The British IBM has a video featuring comedian/presenter and fellow retro games enthusiast Iain Lee as well as a whole host of props and clothes hoarded from Ebay and charity shops to display that geeky aesthetic.

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Joyce The Librarian are a group from Bristol, England. None of them are called Joyce, nor do they work in libraries. Pigeonholed loosely between folk and indie, this is the video for new single released this week, Follow Me I’m Right Behind You.

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Unnatural Helpers have taken the apt descriptor “face melting” quite literally with the video for Medication from recent album Land Grab, showing us a vision of post-nuclear fallout and narcotic dependence that’s straight out of Philip K. Dick’s playbook. Only with more riffing.

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Lavender Diamond’s sweet indie pop makes a welcome return after a five year hiatus, and Everybody’s Heart’s Breaking Now is the latest single to come from new long player Incorruptible Heart. Watch the ethereal aeriel ballet.

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The new EP from Dum Dum Girls, End of Daze, is released today on Sub Pop. This is the video for lead single Lord Knows.

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And lastly here is Opposite Sex, a young trio mixing carnival waltzes with no wave and post-punk subversive pop oddness. This video is for Sea Shanty featuring a shoal of animated mackerel pilchards.

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