In Case You Missed It (Week Of September 8)

New shares from DFA 1979, Hollerado, Jack White, alt-J, and more.

Every week there is a ridiculous amount of new shares online from music videos to songs, album teasers, and more. We know you’re busy and it’s hard to keep track of everything being released, so we package it up in one spot for you.

Check out the best online shares of the week below:

Dallas Green and P!nk revealed their new project entitled You+Me. Give the first single a listen below, appropriately titled “You and Me”.

Cayucas crammed into the Collective Arts Black Box to lay down acoustic versions of “East Coast Girl” and “High School Lover”.

Weezer’s new album may have been pushed back a week, but that hasn’t stopped them from releasing another new track. Check out the “Weezery” new song “Cleopatra” below.

Toronto’s Death From Above 1979 are back from a 10 year long album hiatus with The Physical World. They shared a new video for the record’s first single “Trainwreck 1979”.

Julian Casablancas + The Voidz unveiled another new track accompanied by a video. Check out “Where No Eagles Fly”.

Ty Segall gave us a interactive video for the title track off his new record Manipulator. The director’s cut is below, you can play with the interactive one here.

Jack White is haunted by his bandmates in his new video for “Would You Fight For My Love”.

Vancouver’s Wake Owl also joined us in The Black Box to perform a song. Watch the session below:

alt-J debuted another new track from their upcoming record This Is All Yours called “Warm Foothills”.