London four-piece Woman’s Hour have released a new music video for ‘Conversations’, the title-track from their debut album released 21st July (15th US) on Secretly Canadian. Premiering via FADER this morning, Watch the video above or here on their YouTube / Vevo.
Directed by Frank and Jane, the video follows the beautiful monochrome aesthetic shown by the band on previous videos and their album art. The new video is their take on ‘Group Primary Accumulation’ (1973), a performance piece by the celebrated American choreographer Trisha Brown. “We are four non-dancers engaged in a conversation with ourselves. Separately together. The video highlights this isolation. Four people silently moving in sync.” says lead singer Fiona Burgess, who came across the piece while touring in America earlier this year.
See the band this summer play festivals including Field Day this weekend, Bestival, Green Man and Latitude. In September they then play their biggest London headline show to date on September 23rd at Village Underground.
June 7th – Field Day, London
June 11th – Fleche D’Or, Paris, France w/ Angel Olsen
June 21st – Best Kept Secret Festival, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
July 6th – Metropolis Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
July 19th – Farr Festival, Hertfordshire
July 20th – Latitude Festival, Suffolk
July 25th – Deer Shed Festival, Topcliffe
July 27th – Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
August 3rd – Kendal Calling, Kendal
August 8th – Beacons Festival, Skipton
August 16th – Green Man Festival, Crickhowell
August 29th – Bingley Music Live, Bingley
September 11th – Bestival, Isle of Wight
September 23rd – Village Underground, London
September 24th – The Jericho Tavern, Oxford
September 25th – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham
September 26th – Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds
September 27th – Deaf Institute, Manchester
Check out the new video for Major Lazer‘s “Come On To Me” featuring Grammy award winning & platinum selling dancehall artist, Sean Paul from their Apocalypse Soon EP, out now via Mad Decent / Secretly Canadian. The video, inspired by classical Kabuki theatre known for the stylization and elaborate make-up worn by the performers and directed by Ruben Fleischer [Zombieland, 30 Minutes or Less]. Watch the VEVO premiered video above or here on Major Lazer’s VEVO channel.
We’ve all danced alone at home to our favorite song. The only difference with the man in Tomas Barfod’s newest video for “Happy” is that his dancing is accompanied by a perfectly timed light show and I would say he is a much more talented dancer compared to my “get down” skills. While you gather your surge protectors and the neighborhood kids to hit the “On/Off” switch at just the right time, take a look at a master at work by watching the new video for “Happy” directed by Jakob Marky above via Noisey‘s premiere or here on our YouTube channel.
The track is taken from Barfod’s recently released Pulsing EP which you can get on iTunes here.
Tomas has a few tour dates coming up including a show in London at Birthdays on May 8th.
Sunspot by Suuns
Busy Baby (feat. Nina K) by Tomas Barfod
Innocence by Electric Youth