Just Surrender is shooting a video for "I Can Barely Breathe," which is on their latest album, If These Streets Could Talk, this Wednesday and Thursday. If you live in the Poughkeepsie, NY area, are over 18 years old, and would like a chance to be in the video, please message the band on their MySpace as soon as possible.
Click here to view a video clip of New Found Glory's new music video for "It's Not Your Fault." You will be able to view the video in it's entirety on August 1st. New Found Glory's upcoming album, Coming Home, will hit stores on September 19th.
You can check out a teaser video for the DVD portion of the forthcoming, triple-disc effort from Reel Big Fish, Our Live Album Is Better Than Your Live Album, on YouTube. The package is available now for digital download, but is set to hit stores on August 1st.
According to this article, the new Head Automatica single will be "Lying Through Your Teeth" and the video will be filmed sometime next month. Also, Daryl has a lot of music and lyrics ready for the next Glassjaw record; the band just needs a lot of time, money for recording, and to figure out who will release the new record.
You can watch Death Cab For Cutie's new video, "I Will Follow You Into The Dark," at the links below. Also, this Friday, July 21 at 8:00PM ET/PT on VH1 Classic, the band will perform as special guests of Elvis Costello on Decades Rock Live. They'll play "Accidents Will Happen" with Elvis Costello as a duet, "Kinder Murder," "I Will Follow You Into The Dark," and two songs from the encore.
Here is the video for "Work On You," the second MSTRKRFT single off of their album The Looks, which comes out today on Last Gang Records. MSTKRFT, for those of you who don't know, is an electronic outfit featuring Jesse Keeler of Death From Above 1979 and DJ Al-P.
This morning the boys from Jack's Mannequin flew into a secret Los Angeles location to shoot their new music video for the song "Dark Blue." The swinging 50's beach party-esque video has a big crew and an even bigger director behind the piece.
The Early November have posted their music video "Hair" on their website in Quicktime format. For Mac users who have been unable to view the video on MTV2 or MTVu, it's now possible to view a hi-quality version. Check it out here.
Fear Before The March of Flames will be shooting a music video for “Taking Cassandra to the End of the World Party” in Brookyln, NY this Thursday, July 13th. The video will be directed by Travis Kopach and David Bell, the same team who created amazing videos for Panic! At The Disco, Straylight Run, and Men Women and Children. “Taking Cassandra...” will be available on the bands upcoming third album, The Always Open Mouth, which hits stores September 19th.