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In anticipation of their new album, Racy, Hooray For Earth have released an album trailer. The trailer features some epic slow-motion footage of Noel Heroux and Co. performing in what looks to be a…   Read Story »
People don't tend to save their best music videos, so this is a thinner list than most. But if the world does end today, at least you won't die before watching Taylor Swift's version of a Lana Del…   Read Story »
One of two new songs on a new single from Brooklyn psych-poppers Hooray For Earth, "Never" starts out dark and tense before bursting into a surge of sunny melody. It's probably not about the weird…   Read Story »
Remember Horse Boy? Maybe you do, maybe you don't. But, a distant relative of his stars in Hooray For Earth's new clip for "No Love." Take it away, Zebra Girl! Watch below. True Loves is out…   Read Story »
The twin sisters Cristi Jo and Jessica are Zambri, both in surname and musical guise. I first mentioned them on Stereogum when they jumped onstage and added petite, but substantial, vocal muscle to…   Read Story »
Previously on Stereogum, we shared Twin Shadow's live performance video for "Tyrants Destroyed" filmed at his RAD Studio in Bushwick, a video replete with general modded-out wonkiness. Now, we've got…   Read Story »
Directors David Parker and Cole Schreiber's shadowy, frenetic video for "Sails" depicts a young woman (played by Madeline Zima) chasing herself (?) through nighttime streets in pursuit of a…   Read Story »
This week we've got new videos from Hooray For Earth, Broken Social Scene, Tyler, The Creator, and White Lies. I included the Calling All Cars and Border Surrender videos because they both featured…   Read Story »
Every year the death knell drum beats a little louder around CMJ. By 2007 the NY Times was well practiced writing that sort of piece -- when the author of that year's article Melena Ryzik asked for…   Read Story »
When you first compare the original "Comfortable, Comparable" with the Chairlift remix, it seems mislabeled. Hooray For Earth's feels like the rework -- it's got a pounding rhythm and layers of space…   Read Story »