If you were in Champaign, IL last night and caught Owen's performance with his 5 member band, then you were in for a treat. If you missed it, you can check it out right here thanks to our friends over at SPINearth. Check out songs like "Amnesia and Me," "Nobody's Nothing," and "Bags of Bones" by clicking the link below. Mike Kinsella also sat down with The Daily Vidette to talk about his new album, New Leaves, and the Pygmalion Music Festival. Check it out by clicking the link below.
Here's some great footage of Japandroids performing "The Boys Are Leaving Town" at this year's Hillside Festival in Guelph, ON. The droids are still out on the road, so be sure to check the TOUR PAGE to see if they'll be in your city. Chances are they will!
Casiokids took SXSW by storm this year and debuted new material at several of their shows. This video clip shows the debut of Olympiske Leker, another awesome upbeat electropop jammer from the Norwegian quintet. The video's taken from the dancing multitudes, so check it out and feel like you're there shakin' it with the band.
Loney Dear's latest video for "I Was Only Going Out" debuted on Pitchfork today! This beautiful video was directed by Ron Eyal and features Amy Seimetz, who has appeared in notable indie films such as Wristcutters and Alexander the Last. Check out the video below, then head over to Pitchfork for more details.
If this doesn't make you jump for joy while also feeling all warm and fuzzy inside, then I don't know what's wrong with you. Loney Dear recently made an appearance on Swedish TV show "Nyhetsmorgon" and performed an all new arrangement of "Saturday Waits" from the album Loney Noir. Check it out above, then head to The Line of Best Fit for more!
Loney Dear was featured on the front page of Brightest Young Things! The article gives praise to their latest album, Dear John, and also has the song "I Am John" from the previous record Loney, Noir for download. On top of all that, they even posted the new video for "Airport Surroundings." For goodness sake, click the link below!
Baeble Music recently had Loney Dear in for a few stripped-down acoustic performances and an interview at the Beable Music Guest Apartment. The band plays "Here Comes The Lonely Ones" and "Violent." Click the links below to check them out.
Loney Dear's video for "Airport Surroundings" was featured on the BBC's Sound. The program is filmed in a secret location with a specially selected audience of fans and friends. Click the link below to check it out.
Swedish Tv Today aired a great segment on Loney Dear with some amazing live videos. The band performed "Violent" and "Everything Turns To You." Emil also sat down for a couple interviews. Click the links below to check out the videos.
Uncensored Interview sat down with Loney Dear frontman Emil Svanängen and posted a bunch of...well, interveiws. Emil talks about everything from musical inspiration to airports. Check out one of them here and then click the link below to check it the rest.
Loney Dear's performance of "Violent" at the Paste offices recently made it in their 20 Fantastic Live Performaces section on their site. If you missed the performace the first time, check it out by clicking the link below. Also, the band's tour with Asobi Seksu kicks of on 9/30 at The Casbah in San Diego. Head over to the tour section to check out the complete list of dates and to purchase tickets.
While roaming the lands of the good ole U.S.A. Loney Dear stopped into Different Fur Studios in San Francisco, CA to perform a few songs off their latest album, Dear John. The videos were filmed by the amazing guys from Yours Truly and they look great! Check out "I Was Only Going Out" below.
Emil Svanängen (AKA Loney Dear) recently stopped by The L Mag's office for a nice little acoustic performance. Check out a stripped down version of "My heart" above, then follow the link below to watch Emil play the Dear John track, "Violent." Don't forget to check out Loney Dear's latest album, Hall Music, in the PV online store.
Check out this amazing performance of "Violent" by our favorite Swedes, Loney Dear. The video was taken from their show in Holland and it's a magical performance! Click the link below to check it out on YouTube.
While in Paris Loney Dear was filmed in an entire concert length video, featuring old and new songs. Intimate with sepia tones, blurred effects, and the backdrop of Paris' skyline, it's a must-see for all Loney Dear fans. Check it out above!