The Punk Video Guys went out last week and filmed an acoustic video with Paramore for the song "Pressure" and it's now the featured video on their MySpace page. Also, the guys hung out in the studio with Butch Walker yesterday and did some cool video stuff. You can expect that footage to be up in the near future.
MSA and Idobi Radio are giving away a 30 GB video iPod at the Washington D.C. Smoking Popes and Bayside show. The iPod has both of the new records on it!! For more details go to MSA's page. What does everyone think of the new Smoking Popes and Bayside Albums?
The Hush Sound just finished shooting their first video for "Crawling Towards the Sun" on Sunday. The video takes place at a high school talent show where the band plays themselves and a doppelganger band called "The Hush Staches." Pictures can be found at DontBeScene.com. Oh, and P.S.-- I hear Greta has a sick keyboard slam at the end!
If you head to the Motion City Soundtrack website, there's a "View New Video" button on the news splash page, which takes you to the clip for "Hold Me Down." Post your thoughts, comments, etc. in the replies.
Check out a live video of Taking Back Sunday performing a new song titled "What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost?" on their Myspace.com page. The band's new album, Louder Now, hits shelves on April 25th. (Remind Me)
An old student film of Something Corporate's "Globes And Maps" directed by Andrew Kopjak can be seen at Youtube.com. In case you were wondering, that actually is Andrew in the video (playing the piano.)
The new Vines music video for "Gross Out" can be found here. The track is off their upcoming record entitled "Vision Valley" out April 4th. This rocker of an album is less than 32 minutes long. I've also attached the album art.
Motion City Soundtrack's video for "Hold Me Down" premiers today on MTV2 and will be shown on a special program titled "Unleashed" through Wednesday; word has it that the band is currently shooting another video at the moment.
Amber Pacific's video for "Poetically Pathetic" will be released at the end of this month along with some acoustic versions of songs off of their album, The Possibility and The Promise. The band is currently on the Take Action Tour.
June fans be sure to check out www.weliveinavan.com , the band's newly relaunched tour journal but a bit more interactive. All of the band's journal entries are now on junerock.com and We Live In A Van is their new video blog site. They will be updating it often, the first video update is up now.