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Last night on Conan, the Walkmen served as musical guests, playing "Love Is Luck," one of the many highlights from their excellent early-summer album Heaven. And as an online bonus, they also trotted…   Read Story »
I can't think of any good reasons why the Walkmen aren't on TV every week, but when they do show up, I'll take it. Last night, they were on the Late Show With David Letterman, getting all elegantly…   Read Story »
Over the weekend, thousands of fans flocked to this year's Outside Lands at Golden Gate Park. Overcast and chilly weather was offset by the fire from the Metallica pyrotechnics and warm vibes from…   Read Story »
For Saturday's recap and photos, click here. For Friday's recap and photos, click here. Sunday's recap below... In contrast to Saturday's torrential downpours, emergency weather evacuation, and…   Read Story »
Just yesterday, the Walkmen gave us their video for "The Love You Love," a song from their excellent Heaven album, and they're already back with another one today. This one's for "Heartbreaker," and…   Read Story »
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Rolling Stones show ever -- 7/12/1962 -- BBC 6Music is running a series of programs during July to commemorate the occasion. They're having some of…   Read Story »
The Walkmen's new video for Heaven standout "The Love You Love" is a black-and-white clip that exhibits a vintage science video feel. In it, a weird kid patrols an empty, cavernous house filled with…   Read Story »
"This feels like a hometown show." Only two of five Walkmen call Brooklyn home, but it was "nice to be back at our old stomping grounds" for the band last night. In return, Bowery hosted a sold-out…   Read Story »
Last night, the Walkmen, fresh off of releasing one of the year's best albums, came through Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. On the show, they performed "Heaven," that album's title track. And as an…   Read Story »
The Walkmen's masterful new album Heaven is finally out, and the brand-new video for the title track uses photo collages and archival footage to show the band's evolution over the years. It turns out…   Read Story »