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Last month, Local Natives debuted five new songs at a surprise CMJ set -- including "Breakers," the first single from their 2013 LP Hummingbird, the studio version of which dropped the very next day.…   Read Story »
In the video for "Breakers," the strong first single from Local Natives' much-anticipated sophomore effort Hummingbird, we see a bunch of unexplained images -- astronauts walking on rocky beaches,…   Read Story »
Last night, the excellent Silverlake band Local Natives were the "SUPER SURPRISE GUEST" at the Frenchkiss Records CMJ showcase, and -- surprise! -- the band debuted five new tracks during their set.…   Read Story »
Last night, harmony-driven indie rockers Local Natives played a CMJ showcase at Bowery Ballroom, an event where the band uncorked five new tracks. Watch fan footage for the new songs "Bowery,"…   Read Story »
Austin City Limits hosted some of the nicest weather in years alongside an impressive line up with main headliners The Strokes, Muse and the Eagles. Some tough scheduling choices though needed to be…   Read Story »
A man fights off an antagonistic shark that likes to fight dirty and watch you have sex (also dirty) in this video for Local Natives's "Wide Eyes." We brought you the Teen Daze remix a few months…   Read Story »
This past weekend L.A. hosted the heavily (and according to various reports, perhaps overly) attended Fuck Yeah Festival. Great lineup, though apparently not the most easily navigated festival…   Read Story »
The final day of 2010's Pitchfork Festival was just as hot as Saturday, with stages that needed quick shots of energy to pull the audience out of its languor. Girls were pretty but wispy -- though…   Read Story »
With two remixes of Local Natives' "Wide Eyes" (complements of Suckers and Teen Daze) in the can, there would be no need to post yet another. Unless it jacked up the original with The-Dreamy ATL club…   Read Story »
Mysterious Canadians Teen Daze do this melodic, synth-saturated version of Local Natives's "Wide Eyes." The Suckers remix of this song was all deconstructed and noisy, but this one has a lush,…   Read Story »