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Beach House, "Lazuli"

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First single for Beach House's new LP gets a far-out video

Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House just dropped this eerie new video for "Lazuli," the gorgeous lead single from their latest LP, Bloom, released last month. The spooky clip, which follows three lonely souls to another dimension, was directed by Alan Cordell, who created a similarly bizarre video for "Walk in the Park," off of previous album Teen Dream. Bloom out now on Sub Pop....read more

Earth Day Mashup: Beach Boys vs. Phillip Glass

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Stirring short featuring footage from "There Once Was an Island"

SHFT compadre and Honey Brothers member Ari Gold (no not the Entourage one) just sent over this moving bit of video based on an idea that came to him in a dream. While sleeping, Ari's unconscious mind offered up the idea of combining the harmonious pop of Beach Boys with the classical avant-garde of Philip Glass. Inspiration in hand, Ari mashed up the 1962 Beach Boys ballad "The Lonely Sea" with......read more

Beaches, "Send Them Away"

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Check out the excellent animated video for the catchy new tune from Melbourne's Beaches

Australian rockers Beaches are ready to release their their sophomore album, She Beats, and recently dropped this fun, lighthearted video to whet our whistles. Created for "Send Them Away," a bright, catchy number that screams summer fun, the Ben Montero-directed video is suitably lighthearted and sunny, with color-splashed animations of the girls playing along and cruising in a convertible.......read more

Tennis, "Take Me Somewhere"

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Denver pop twosome takes to the sea.

Colorado-bred duo Tennis make breezy, simple pop jams that are perfectly suited to easy summer days spent doing stuff outside. Like, for example, playing tennis, or sailing. So the video for "Take Me Somewhere," shot on Chesapeake Bay aboard what looks to be a very nice sailboat, is an ideal fit. Directed by Ian Perlman, the footage was shot on a vintage 16mm Bolex camera, giving it a nostalgic......read more

Alice Boman "What"

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Video for haunting new single stars Swedish chanteuse and her pet lab walking a deserted beach

If the hauntingly beautiful "What" is any indication, Swedish singer Alice Boman is one to watch. With glistening vocals set atop a delicate piano line, the song exudes pure, unadultered melancholy. The Fader-premiered video stars Boman and her pet labrador, who adds a minor dose of cheer to the sense of isolation. Directed by Studio Pop, the clip shows the pair walking along a deserted......read more

One Plastic Beach

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A California couple transforms plastic beach debris into stunning artwork

Over the past twelve years, Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have collected several tons of plastic debris on a small stretch of beach near their northern California home. The pieces of plastic are cleaned, categorized, and sorted, before the couple goes to work transforming the garbage into beautiful pieces of art. This short doc profiles the couple and their creative output and......read more

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, "The Body"

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Moody New York outfit hits the beach

Belong, the bold sophomore effort from 90s alt-pop revivalists The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, rides a melancholic wave of lament about love and loss. But director Phillip Van's video for the album's second single ignores the moody vibes altogether, in favour of a joyous, nostalgic trip to the beach. The sun-drenched clip features the band's child doppelgangers frolicking in......read more

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