“Sunday” is a song by Sonic Youth, released as the first and only single from their 1998 album A Thousand Leaves. A different recording of the song was also featured on the soundtrack of the film subUrbia. The riff was taken from Helium’s song “Skeleton”. The video for Sunday is directed by Harmony Korine and stars Macaulay Culkin and Rachel Miner. The video makes liberal use of slow and fast motion cameras and images of ballerinas dancing.
“Here I am, Not quite dying…”
Without further ado, here’s the brilliant new video for The Next Day.
The Strokes have unveiled the music video for new single ‘All The Time’. The promo is a montage of the band’s career to date, taking in clips of their live shows from the past 15 years. ‘All The Time’ is taken from the band’s upcoming fifth studio album Comedown Machine, which is released on March 25 via Rough Trade Records. The Strokes had previously unveiled teaser track and free download ‘One Way Trigger’. The Strokes’ first album was 2001’s Is This It, which was followed by 2003’s Room on Fire and 2006’s First Impressions of Earth. The group then took a five-year break before 2011’s return with Angles. [Source]
Listen up, Depeche Mode fans—and we know there’s a lot of you—at midnight (CET) tonight the Timothy Saccenti-directed video for Depeche Mode‘s latest single “Heaven” will have its premiere right here and on Electronic Beats. You may have already heard the single, the second to be taken from the highly anticipated 13th album Delta Machine, as it had its first play on American radio (and quickly made it onto the internet) earlier today. We’re expecting great things from the video, director Saccenti was responsible for creating memorable clips for the likes of Battles, Washed Out and Flying Lotus. You’ll have to check back here at midnight to see what he does for the boys from Basildon. [Source]