You can find an exclusive video podcast from Catch 22 right here. The podcast features in-depth interviews with the band, a segment on the making of the band's new album, Permanent Revolution, as well as teaser footage of the band's new music video for "The Party Song." Additionally, a full-album stream of Permanent Revolution is taking place right now at VictorME, but you must be a registered member to listen.
Melee has posted a new video update on their MySpace page of them recording their new album with producer Howard Benson. The band finished drums and piano last week and will begin recording guitar and bass this week.
The following was submitted by one of our users: New Found Glory shot a video for their new single at a baseball field in Los Angeles today. About 40 people were were there, along with extras, and paid actors. There were multiple crowd shots and band performance shots taken, including shots from behind the crowd, everyone spread out on the field and everyone rushing the stage. All in all, there was about five hours worth of filming. You can expect MTV to air a "Making The Video" show in late July/early August.
Hit The Lights has just finished shooting the video for the first single, "Bodybag" with Todd Strauss-Schulson (Early November, Amen, Waking Ashland) in the desert outside the Palm Springs, CA area. Look for the video dropping this summer. In other news, HTL is teaming up w/ ELLEgirl.com and offering one lucky fan the opportunity to win tickets and backstage passes to the Pomona, CA Warped Tour stop on July 7th. The lucky fan will also be doing a live on camera interview with the band that will be posted on ELLEgirl.com - People can enter the contest here.
Here is the new video from Be Your Own PET for "Bicycle Bicycle, You Are My Bicycle," courtesy of AOL Music. FYI, Be Your Own PET is the "hot new indie band," for those of you who would like to jump on the bandwagon.
Small Towns Burn A Little Slower just finished shooting the video for their song "Answers," which was directed by Justin Staggs (NOFX, Lagwagon). The band will be premiering it at their Minneapolis show on Saturday, June 24th, and should be online shortly after. Dates for their August tour with The Fold should be posted on their MySpace within the next few days. Last but not least, the guys have also been in the process of writing and demoing for a new album.
SoTheySay will be shooting a music video for their first single "Antidote For Irony" in Los Angeles, CA on July 11th and 12th with director Scott Culver (The Early November, hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, Over It).
Sony BMG Music Entertainment has created an ad-supported channel for music video content titled "Musicbox Video", courtesy of digital video distribution platform Brightcove. Head to Clickz.com to read an article on this.