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José González – “Open Book” Video

Last month, the Swedish-Argentine singer-songwriter José González starred in Calexico’s video for “Falling From The Sky,” alongside a truly disturbing and disgusting misshapen worm-creature puppet. Well, that nasty-ass worm is back again, this time in one of González’s own videos. In this one, González checks into a hotel to spend some quality time with hi… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 12, 2015 - 12:06 pm

Calexico – “Falling From The Sky” Video (Feat. José González)

Americana-mariachi hybrid Calexico released their new album Edge of the Sun a few weeks ago, and today they’ve shared the video for “Falling From The Sky” which guest stars none other than fellow guitar aficionado José González. Unfortunately, featured vocalist Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses doesn’t show up in the Mikel Cee Karlsson-directed clip,… More »

By: Caitlin White / April 22, 2015 - 4:43 pm

José González – “Leaf Off / The Cave” Video

The Sunday Assembly is apparently a real thing: A nonreligious church congregation that exists to “celebrate being alive.” And with the video for his lovely new single “Leaf Off / The Cave,” the Swedish-Argentine singer-songwriter José González performs the song with a full choir in front of a Sunday Assembly service in Gothenburg, Sweden. Director… More »

By: Tom Breihan / January 27, 2015 - 11:29 am

Junip – “Your Life, Your Call” Video

Junip, the trio that José González leads when he’s not making music on his own, are gearing up to release their self-titled sophomore album, and they’ve already given us the icy, disturbing, very Scandinavian video for “Line Of Fire.” Their new video, for rubber-grooving second single “Your Life, Your Call” is a sequel of sorts,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 4, 2013 - 12:07 pm

Junip – “Line Of Fire” Video

When he’s not making gorgeous, spare folk-pop on his own, José González leads the pastoral folk-pop trio Junip, and they’ll follow up 2010’s Fields this spring with a self-titled sophomore album. The video for “Line Of Fire,” that album’s first single, is some icily creepy Scandinavian shit, consisting mostly of various Viking-blooded types staring at… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 20, 2013 - 3:08 pm