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She & Him have a few songs on the soundtrack for the upcoming Winnie The Pooh film. Disney posted this teaser and interview with the band. M. Ward only appears in the background though -- Zooey…   Read Story »
She & Him's last video, for "Thieves" was shot in Super 8 and was grainy and gritty -- or at least grainy and gritty for a She & Him project. The "Don't Look Back" video returns to the overwhelming…   Read Story »
Every blog does a Christmas mix, so here's ours, with a small twist: All of these tracks are new for this year Xmas songs, not the classics or Sufjan leftovers. I've also included streams for charity…   Read Story »
She & Him stopped by Conan to do their cover of "I Put A Spell On You." But they also did a web-only performance in O'Brien's dressing room, singing "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" with…   Read Story »
Ben Gibbard and Zooey Deschanel both sang at Game 3 of the Giants vs. Phillies NLCS yesterday. Gibbard did "The Star-Spangled Banner" while Deschanel did "God Bless America" later in the game, both…   Read Story »
We listened to Dirty Projectors, Shins, and Passion Pit cover songs that inspired them for Levi's Pioneer Sessions. In this edition, M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel tackle the much tackled Johnny Mercer…   Read Story »
She & Him played "Don't Look Back" on Craig Furguson's show, and it looks like Zooey Deschanel has gotten better at the live TV performance. She doesn't seem as frightened as she did on Kimmel or…   Read Story »
She & Him's "Thieves" has a vintage, Roy Orbison feel to it. Same goes for the video, directed by Norwood Cheek. Cheek specializes in doing Super 8 videos, and encourages spontaneity and…   Read Story »
Quite an assemblage of fancy names for this new project from Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody, called Tired Pony, with members including R.E.M.'s Peter Buck and Belle & Sebastian's Richard Colburn,…   Read Story »
We're live tweeting and shooting everything 'Roo at stereogum.com/bonnaroo. Here's the best of Friday...   Read Story »