The Courteeners – You Overdid It Doll

‘You Overdid It Doll’ is taken from the band’s second album ‘Falcon’. The album was recorded in Belgium’s ICP Studios with producer Ed Buller

Japanese Voyeurs – That Love Sound

After their ‘Sicking and Creaming EP’ last year, Japanese Voyeurs return with another double A-side single, headline tour and an new video.

Placebo – Bright Lights

Placebo are set to release this new version of ‘Bright Lights’, mixed by Dave Bascombe (Soulwax, Goldfrapp, LadyHawke and Funeral For A Friend) on February 8th 2010. You can watch the official video below.

Animal Collective – Brothersport

To celebrate ‘Merriweather Post Pavillion’s universal acclaim (overall album of the year!), Animal Collective have made a brand new video for ‘Brothersport’. Watch the video below!

Fyfe Dangerfield – She Needs Me

Former Guillemots singer Fyfe Dangerfield is back with his new single She Needs Me, you can watch the video below. Fyfe also has a new album Fly Yellow Moon out in January

The Drums – I Felt Stupid

The Drums’ recently released a 7-track EP on Moshi Moshi Records (the label responsible for launching Hot Chip, Florence and the Machine, Friendly Fires, Kate Nash and Late of the Pier amongst others).

Editors – You Don’t Know Love

Following the release of their third album, ‘In This Light and On This Evening’, Editors have assembled a cast of internationally renowned film makers to unleash the video for new single ‘You Don’t Know Love’. ‘YDKL’ was directed by Arni & Kinski – the Icelanders behind Editors ‘Smokers Outside the Hospital Door’ video, who’ve also [...]

Lightspeed Champion – Marlene

We present to you the video to Lightspeed Champion’s new single (out on the 25th Jan) ‘Marlene’

The Twilight Sad – Seven Years Of Letters

Watch the video for The Twilight Sad’s second single to be taken from their latest album, Seven Years Of Letters.

Mumford & Sons – Winter Winds

Mumford & Sons release their new single, ‘Winter Winds’ through Gentlemen Of The Road / Island Records on the 7th December 2009. It is taken from the band’s critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Sigh No More’.