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Pixies – “Gigantic”
The Pixies’ new album Beneath the Eyrie will be released on September 13th, and they have shared a video for “Catfish Kate” from the upcoming record. The music video was created by Krank! Collective, which is a collective of filmmakers, animators and photographers based between Manchester and Berlin. The video was created by Neirin Best and Lianne Pierce with Lois de Silva as Animation Assistant and Christopher Burrows, Rio Davey, Christia Corkill as the Colourists.
The Cure – “The Love Cats”
To continue their celebration of being The Cure for 40 years, the band will be releasing a limited edition box set on October 18th that highlights two of their recent concerts. 40 Live Curaetion 25 + Anniversary gathers two of their concert films, Curaetion-25: From There To Here | From Here To There, which is from their final night at Meltdown Festival last year, and Anniversary: 1978-2018 Live In Hyde Park London, which celebrated the band’s 40th anniversary concert in London’s Hyde Park last summer.
Devo – “Whip It”
Devo has announced a gig at Desert Daze festival, which was advertised as part of their “farewell tour.” After shocking fans, Devo revealed that the news of a “farewell tour” is false. “#1 If we were going to do a farewell tour we would not call it a farewell tour,” Devo bassist Jerry Casale emailed to Rolling Stone. “#2 If we were going to do a Beginning Was The End tour it would be Devo choosing when and were to make the announcement.”
L7 – “Pretend We’re Dead”
At the end of July, L7 released a video for “Holding Pattern,” which comes packed with gritty, psychedelic footage of the band. “‘Holding Pattern’ is a song about being stuck, caught in a loop of stagnation either by fate or psychological paralysis, or both,” singer and guitarist Donita Sparks explained in a statement. “I’ve been there a few times and it’s depressing and frustrating. Lyrically, this is a pep talk to my soul from the fairly incompetent life coach that lives in my brain to get things moving forward in a positive manner.”
Johnny Cash – I Walk The Line
Nashville recently got a new restaurant and live music venue that honours music legend Johnny Cash and June Carter. Johnny Cash’s Kitchen & Saloon is located on Honky Tonk row is an ode to Cash’s persona. “It extends way beyond the music,” designer Bill Miller, a longtime friend of Cash, explains to Forbes. “It’s all about the person, the human being. When you walk in here, it’s like walking into June and Johnny’s home.”