During Xiu Xiu's most recent stay in New York, Impose Magazine caught up with front-man Jamie Stewart to talk about music...but they got a little side tracked. Check out the interview above, then head to Impose for a photo gallery of Xiu Xiu's recent show at Bowery Ballroom.
The new video for Xiu Xiu's latest single, "Hi," (directed by David Horvitz & Jamie Stewart) made its debut on Pitchfork today. This song appears on Xiu Xiu's upcoming album, Always, which comes out March 6th. Pre-orders are up right here - http://www.polyvinylrecords.com/always
The new Xiu Xiu album, Angel Guts: Red Classroom, comes out tomorrow, but the band didn't want you to wait that long for something new. Stereogum just debuted the band's new video for "Stupid in the Dark," which features Angela Seo participating in some pretty horrific behavior. I don't usually have nightmares while working at PV...but I just might today. Watch it above or on StereogumHERE.
Xiu Xiu's brand new video for "Born to Suffer" made its debut on IMPOSE Magazine today. Watch it above! "Born to Suffer" appears on the band's latest album, Always, which is available through our online store RIGHT HERE.
In addition to posting the video, IMPOSE is hosting a giveaway for a vinyl copy of Always and two tickets to the band's upcoming NY show at Bowery Ballroom on 8/30. Follow the link below to check it out!
QRO Magazine wrote up a great review for Xiu Xiu's Portland show, even comparing Stewart's on-stage writhing with Morrissey. Follow the link below to read on. Also be sure to check out the live video above to see Jamie Stewart and Angela Seo performing "Hi".
Xiu Xiu's newest song "Beauty Towne" from their forthcoming album, Always, has gotten some online love these past few days. The video, animated by Jean T Kim, made its debut on NME and can be watched above. The track was also posted on Pitchfork, and can be streamed below. Always comes out March 6th, and is available for pre-order RIGHT HERE.
You say your Friday would be made if another Xiu Xiu video was released? Preferably from their last album, Angel Guts: Red Classroom, and entirely shot in crusty black and white? Thank god we have one for "Archie's Fades" that you can peep at then. Directed by Marty Marquez, the video takes Lynchian turns as the camera follows a stranger with many masks.