Before their show at the Manchester Academy, of Montreal stopped in with the folks over at Manchester Scene Wipe to perform an acoustic version of "Enemy Gene." Click the link below to get up close and personal with of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes and guitarist Bryan Poole with this awesome acoustic rendition.
While of Montreal was on tour in support of their new EP thecontrollersphere, the band stopped by the AV Club office in Chicago to perform a cover as part of their series Undercover. Check out the video of their cover of The White Stripes “Fell In Love With A Girl” at the link below.
You never quite know what to expect with a new of Montreal video, but you can always count on it being awesome! The band's new video for "Coquet Coquette" made its debut today on their YouTube channel and features a bunch of crazy barbarians running around the beach. Check it out above! Video by Jason Miller.
"Coquet Coquette" appears on the band's upcoming album False Priest, which you can pre-order RIGHT HERE!
of Montreal decided to rock the karaoke bar during one of their days off in Scotland. Check out Davey, Michael, and BP belting out the hits with their new friends. After that, take a walk on the beach with Kevin Barnes. These videos are part of an of Montreal documentary that's being put together by Spenser Simrill, Jr. Enjoy!
of Montreal stopped by a few radio stations for some acoustic performances recently. The first, from 89.7 WTMD Baltimore, is a jammed out version of the Skeletal Lamping track "Beware Our Nubile Miscreants." The second video, taken from 90.7 WFUV, is a Beatles cover of "I'm So Tired." The videos have all been posted to Pitchfork, You Aint No Picasso, Stereogum. Check out WFUV's blog, The Alternate Side, for an acoustic performance of the newest unreleased song "Croquet, Croquet." Enjoy!
of Montreal's Kevin Barnes recently got a chance to sit down with Buzzine to talk about writing music, Paralytic Stalks, and what it's like being a full-time musician. Watch the video above, then read more of the interview HERE.
of Montreal's Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash met up with The 405 in London recently to perform a very special acostic version of "She Ain't Speakin' Now" from the band's newest record, Lousy with Sylvianbriar. We highly reccommend taking four minutes out of the work day to sit back, plug in your headphones, and enjoy the stripped down artistry of Kevin's songwriting. Check out The 405 for behind the scenes photos and more.
Another of Montreal radio session?! Yep, you're in luck. The band took time out of their tour to stop by KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic session for an in-studio performance. Watch "She Ain't Speakin' Now" above, or click HERE to see "Fugitive Air", both off of their latest release, Lousy With Sylvianbriar. Dunno if the band will be in your town soon? Tour dates are HERE.
During their recent stop in Norway, of Montreal stopped by Casiokids' studio to lay down some tracks on the new Casiokids album, Aabenbaringen over aaskammen, which comes out October 11th. Check out a few videos from the session above and below.
Davey, Bryan and Kevin from of Montreal stopped by the Smoking Section of the Rolling Stone offices to perform an acoustic version of their latest song "Teenage Unicorn Fisting." Rolling Stone is also having a give-away contest with some nice of Montreal merch. All you have to do is write them an email explaining why you should get the stuff. Pretty easy right? Click the link below to check out the video and to enter the contest.
Did you catch of Montreal on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night? They played "Sex Karma" with Solange! Check out the performance above. The band also played "Coquet Coquette" that night as a web exclusive, which you can see below. Enjoy!
Recently of Montreal stepped into the studio for a WNYC Soundcheck session while on a New York City tour pitstop. You can listen to the full session, and watch Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash croon "Fugitive Air" and "Raindrop In My Skull" on Soundcheck's website HERE. Above we've left you "Fugitive Air" for a quick tease of the whole performance.
AOL Spinner hosted an Interface session at their LA studio featuring of Montreal. The session includes a stripped down performance, photos, and an interview. To check out all the material, click the link below. Photo by Collin Erie.
NME decided to give of Montreal a camera to record some backstage footage from their London show at Heaven with Franz Ferdinand. The band talks about everything from the greatest guitar riffs ever to performing a special rendition of a King Crimson track. Click the link below to watch the videos.
That's right! of Montreal are set to appear on the AMAZING Nickelodeon show Yo Gabba Gabba! this morning at 10:30 ET/PT. They'll be singing their hit "Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast" so you'll know how to feel better when you're sick! If you missed it on the East Coast, click the link below to check it out on Stereogum. West Coast - you still have time! Go watch Nickelodeon now!
of Montreal frontman Kevin Barnes and his brother David Barnes (of Montreal art director) sat down with The Wedge for an intimate video interview. Watch as Kevin and David explain the kinship between thecontrollersphere and What's Weird? while The Wedge tries to stump Kevin on asking some of Montreal trivia. They also get into Susan Sarandon's pig spanking abilities. Check out the video by clicking the link below.