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Last year, the permanently fired-up Welsh indie-poppers released No Blues, their first album in a couple of years, a long stretch for a band as prolific as this one. But they stayed busy for at least…   Read Story »
Starting today we're rolling out the winners of the Gummy Awards, Stereogum & Videogum's annual readers' poll. Earlier this month we asked you to vote for 2013's best album, song, music video, new…   Read Story »
Quick anthropological lesson: In the U.K., rather than flashing middle fingers as a "fuck you" gesture, they put up a backwards peace symbol known simply as the V sign. As NME reports, that's the…   Read Story »
"It feels like I'm the host of a horrible game show," sings Gareth Campesinos on the fired-up new Los Campesinos! single "Avocado, Baby." The beginning of the song's video finds him doing exactly…   Read Story »
Next week, the endlessly fired-up Welsh indie-pop charmers Los Campesinos! will give us No Blues, their fifth full-length. We've already posted the first two singles, the giddily morbid "What Death…   Read Story »
Los Campesinos! have released another new single off their forthcoming album No Blues due out at the end of the month. We heard the equally catchy and morbid track "What Death Leaves Behind" back in…   Read Story »
Los Campesinos! are back in October with a new album from which they've just shared a new track. Overflowing with death-obsessed lyrics that nonetheless slice with cleverness (choice line: "Why must…   Read Story »
For what feels like the first time in forever, the endlessly fired-up Welsh twee warriors Los Campesinos! managed to make it to the end of the year without releasing any albums. They have, however,…   Read Story »
Next month Los Campesinos! frontman Gareth Campesinos! will join his favorite songwriter Paul Heaton (Housemartins, the Beautiful South) in a tour of the new soul opera "Paul Heaton’s The 8th" and…   Read Story »
Though "Tiptoe Through The True Bits" was recorded during the same sessions that brought forth the latest from Los Campesinos!, Hello Sadness, it didn't end up on the record. But, the moody, spare…   Read Story »