13:00 PST | 16:00 EST | 21:00 UK | 22:00 EU | 05:00 JP (4TH JUNE)


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ADULT. @ The Echo June 2nd


Upcoming Tour Dates /
05.31.13 - Assembly / Sacramento Electronic Music Festival - Sacramento, CA 06.02.13 - Echo - Los Angeles, CA *06.08.13 - 285 Kent - Brooklyn, NY #06.22.13 - Empty Bottle - Chicago, IL
09.05.13 - Hopscotch Festival - Raleigh, NC 
* with Frank Alpine and Von Haze
# with Black Marble, ERAAS and YOU 

Press Quotes /
"Grim, stripped-bare techno, razor-sharp synth-pop, and snarling electro-punk...It's terrifically conceived and even more terrifically crafted, the sort of record so perfect in its own aims that parsing out influences or agendas seems a fool's game. These tracks, this duo, this entity that is Adult.: they're a great and interesting thing, this nation's best inducers of head-banging, high-speed driving, amazed chuckles, and giddy bedroom shout." Pitchfork
"Stripped of ratty bass panic attacks and atonal splatter, consonant arrangements and blanched analogue melodies manifest in wraithlike contortions." Electronic Musician
"What's surprising about the wonky synth lines and smiting, deadpan vocals on their excellent return to the studio, The Way Things Fall, is very fresh and how of-the-moment they sound, like something you might hear at a fog-machine-filled cold wave party today, only with an emphasis on clarity of form, instead of hazy subterfuge." FADER
"Electronic elements with a sharper punk edge...it’s a living, breathing concoction of analog instrumentation and electronic aesthetic, with a minimal diffidence that pushes and pulls." BULLETT

The Way Things Fall Tracklisting /
01. Heartbreak
02. Idle (Second Thoughts)
03. Tonight, We Fall
04. New Frustration
05. Love Lies
06. At The End Of It All
07. Nothing Lasts
08. A Day Like Forever
09. We Will Rest
10. Rise & Fall

Assets / 

Links /
Ghostly International
ADULT. Press Materials

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SUUNS @ The Echo tonight

SUNS will be playing the ECHO tonight, Thursday May 30th 2013.
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Radiation City @ Austin’s Cathedral of Junk

Radiation City

GoPro Presents Magical Live Performance at
Austin’s Cathedral of Junk

National US Tour Continues Through The Summer

"impossibly catchy" NPR

“charmingly evocative TIME

“ …a perfectly eerie throwback piece of indie pop.” NYLON

“ …full of charming, winsome (but not too winsome) indiepop that will appeal to fans of Camera Obscura and The Rosebuds.” BrooklynVegan

Click Image Above To Watch Radiation City at Austin's Cathedral of Junk

Radiation City just released their highly anticipated sophomore studio album, Animals In The Median, via Tender Loving Empire. Effortlessly blending vintage soul with modern electronic sounds, the album has already received critical acclaim from VICE’s Noisey, Rolling Stone, MAGNET & many more.

The Portland quintet recently teamed up with GoPro to create a spectacular live video shot at Austin’s famed Cathedral of Junk. Vince Hanneman, the self-proclaimed “Junk King,” sets the scene as Radiation City plays two live songs from Animals In The Median: “Lark” and “Foreign Bodies.” Check out the enchanting live video HERE. We encourage you to post & share!

Radiation City is now back on the road on a national US tour, bringing their spellbinding live show to over 25 cities across the country! The dream pop band has shared stages with Pickwick, Caveman, YACHT, The Walkmen, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and more. Be sure to catch the band’s entrancing live show on tour!

For more information on Radiation City, give us a shout!
Sarah Avrin, Sarah@girlie.com, 212-989-2222 x136
Damien Choy Smith, Damien@girlie.com, 212-989-2222 x118

Radiation City National Tour Dates
* w/ Cuckoo Chaos to support
! Social Studies and XDS to support

5/29: Los Angeles, CA @ The Satellite
5/30: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar*
6/01: Tempe, AZ @ Sail Inn
6/03: Dallas, TX @ Bryan Street Tavern
6/04: Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
6/05: New Orleans, LA @ The Circle Bar
6/06: Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
6/07: Athens, GA @ The Georgia Theater
6/08: Durham, NC @ The Pinhook
6/10: Washington, DC @ Black Cat
6/11: Philadelphia, PA @ Kungfu Necktie
6/12: New York, NY @ The Mercury Lounge
6/13: Brooklyn, NY @ The Paper Box
6/15: Chicago, IL @ Taste Of Randolph Street
6/16: Cincinnati, OH @ Motr Pub
6/17: Nashville, TN @ Cause a Scene House Show
6/18: Indianapolis, IN @ Do 317 Lounge
6/19: Milwaukee, WI @ Mad Planet
6/20: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
6/21: Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews
6/23: Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge
6/25: Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
6/26: Boise, ID @ Neurolux
6/28: Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom *RELEASE SHOW!*
7/23: Hood River, OR @ The Ruins at Springhouse Cellar
7/27: Seattle, WA @ Capitol Hill Block Party
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Since the release of their 6th studio album and first in over a decade, ‘Bloodsports’ has received international critical acclaim, deservedly positioning the legendary Brit Pop band back into the top of the charts across the globe.

Their follow up single to the hugely successful ‘It Starts And Ends With You’ will be the soaring and infectious 6th track from ‘Bloodsports’ titled ‘Hit Me’, and was penned by front-man Brett Anderson, guitarist Richard Oakes and keyboardist Neil Codling.

Having recently sold out at the prestigious ten thousand capacity venue Alexandra Palace in London this spring, the five-piece will be embarking on a 5 day UK arena tour in October.

1. Hit Me
2. Falling Planes
3. What Violet Says
4. Hit Me (Radio Edit)

“Calling Bloodsports a comeback album almost seems to belittle just how strong a record it really is; it’s nearly as good as any they’ve put out before.”
 - Under The Radar Magazine

“Throughout Bloodsports, Suede consistently strikes the balance between decadence and elegance that marked their signature work.”   
- Pitchfork

“Boasting strength, durability and psychic stability on comeback Bloodsports, Suede shows its true dramatic worth on pensive, atmospheric exhibitions.”
 - Magnet Magazine

“Bloodsports still thrums with the darkness and danger that made the fivesome’s early records so worthy of your absolute allegiance.”
- FILTER Magazine

“Never once do they sound desperate on Bloodsports; they sound confident, and comfortable in the knowledge that this is where they all should be.”
 - Boston Globe

“(Suede) have returned to reclaim the Brit Pop crown with the excellent new album ‘Bloodsports”.
 - New York Post

“Full of the dramatic guitars and romantically anguished melodies that helped kickstart the British rock renaissance. 
- SPIN Magazine

‘The record powerfully disproves the idea that it’s impossible for veterans to re-ignite the spark…twenty years on, Suede are still jumping barriers. Reunion act turned resurrected creative force’
- The Guardian

 ‘Swells with hook-laden guitars and pulsing bas and drums…no feeding off former glories here…they prove themselves vital and contemporary’
- The Independent

‘A recalibration. Suede’s renewed charge is obvious’
- Uncut

 ‘A galvanising return’
- Mojo

 ‘An album of largely tremendous pop songs. Suede are still capable of taking you over’
- Q Magazine
'Bloodsports' is available on
iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and in all good record stores across North America.

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"Punk rock for world music fans, and world music for the punks" - Consequence of Sound

"Sun Angle have captured lightning in a bottle with Diamond Junk." - Portland Mercury 

New Moss Records is excited to release the video for Sun Angle's "Raspberry," available for posting HERE, off their debut album Diamond Junk. The clip, which premiered via horror site Bloody Disgustingwas hand-animated by bassist Marius Libman and features animated versions of classic scenes from 80's cult favorites Poltergeist, Total Recall, Videodrome, Scanners, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and more. 
His first animation, Libman spent three months working on the video, averaging about an hour's work for each second of the clip. Libman explained his choice to use animation as the medium for this video, saying "Animation is, at it's core, a psychedelic medium. And I think of the noise we make as a band as a kind of a musical non sequitur, so it seemed fitting to create a music video that expressed that same psychedelic break-away from linear logic in animated form."

Sun Angle is currently in the midst of a spring tour in support of Diamond Junk. The band is also thrilled to announce that they will wrap up the tour with a Los Angeles show at El Cid on June 6th. In conjunction with the tour, Sun Angle released a live video of their song "Time Snakes," available for posting HERE. Produced by Into the Woods, the video gives a glimpse of what to expect from the Portland trio's tour. Full tour dates are below.

Produced by Danny Seim from Menomena, Diamond Junk was recorded in a brief blip of space-time in a cabin lurking in the depths of Zigzag, Oregon -- musical immersion marked by the creative abandon of all-night psychotropic inspiration and oblique strategies. 

Known in their native Portland for their irreverent, expressive, spontaneous live shows-full of aggressive elation and gritty, raucous, surreal layers of sound, the trio channels that same epic, improvisational energy into their debut album. Diamond Junk creates, as the title suggests, exhilarating tension between beauty and chaos, propelled by artful, animalistic urgency.  

The synergistic three-piece consists of Charlie Salas Humara on vocals & guitar (Panther), Marius Libman on bass (Copy) and Papi Fimbres on drums (Paper/Upper/Cuts). Central and South American footsteps traverse through Sun Angle's veins, blending SST punk, Cumbia, and pop in a wash of psychedelic filth. Sun Angle ride the line between chaos and pop, making music all it's own. 

Sun Angle Tour Dates:
5/30 - Eugene, OR - Luckey's *
5/31 - Davis, CA - Sophia's Thai Kitchen *
6/1 - Sacramento, CA - Bows & Arrows @
6/3 - Santa Cruz, CA - The Crepe Place *
6/4 - San Diego, CA - Soda Bar *
6/5 - Santa Barbara, CA - Warbler Records (4pm in-store)
6/5 - Santa Barbara, CA - Muddy Waters *
6/6 - Los Angeles, CA - El Cid *

* - w/ And And And
@ - w/ And And And & Appetite

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VIDEO - "Glossolalia" [dir. Cassandra Hamilton]
MP3 - "This Time"
MP3 - "
Western Town"

Today, Impose Magazine premiered the first music video from Seattle/Japan dreampop duo We Are Loud Whispers. "Glossolalia," a highlight of their debut LP Suchness (featuring vocals from Jimmy Tamborello of the Postal Service and Dntel), is given a wistful, wide-eyed interpretation in this narrative video from director Cassandra Hamilton (Deep Time's "Gold Rush," La Sera's "Break My Heart"). Click the link or .gif above to watch the clip. Review copies of Suchness are available upon request. 

Press quotes:

"Hazy electro-chamber pop lit by lovely pale fire." -- SPIN

"If you like your music miniaturized and full of heart, it will make you happy deep down inside." -- AllMusic (4/5 stars)

"[It] sounds like it’s coming straight from a futuristic music box...claustrophobia's sweetest antidote." -- DigBoston

About the record:

Can a song cross the ocean? Is music the universal language? Can a whisper be loud?

Absolutely, says Suchness, the debut LP from We Are Loud Whispers, a dreamy duo featuring Sonya Westcott (Arthur & Yu) and Ayumu Haitani (4 Bonjour’s Parties). Seattleite Westcott met Haitani—who lives in Saitama on the island of Honshu—when Arthur & Yu toured Japan in 2007. The two have not seen each other since and are separated by the world’s largest body of water, but that was no deterrent to forming a band together.

Assembled over email, Suchness transcended geographical and language barriers—and traditional ideas of what a “band” is—in its making.

“I've been so used to getting together with band mates a few times a week in a small practice room to rehearse songs, and the way we did things was much different, obviously, since we don't live in the same country,” says Westcott. “So we'd bounce ideas off each other over email. There's a little bit of a language barrier as well, but any sort of ideas I had Ayumu seemed to understand and vice versa.”

Haitani would write and record instrumentals, upload them, and send to Westcott. As she listened thousands of miles away, she would pen lyrics to his orchestration, meditations on feeling alone even when partnered, wanting to control the uncontrollable, and on the power and promise of reaching for someone’s hand. The song titles themselves tell a story: “Starcrossed,” “This Time,” “I Hate to Say Goodbye.” After writing lyrics, Westcott would record a vocal track, upload, hit send, and wait for these starcrossed halves to meet and become complete—a process reminiscent of The Postal Service’s Give Up (fitting since Jimmy Tamborello sings on track “Glossolalia”).

Despite the modern magic required to realize Suchness, and its intricacy of its electronic orchestration and parade of horns, timpani, loops and effects, the record breathes with an organic ease. The layers of complexity never sound cluttered, melding together in Zen simplicity. Westcott’s airy whisper floats above heartbeat percussion, evoking the emotive electro of Lali Puna and Notwist.

In “Modern World,” the 7th track on the album, Westcott and Haitani ask, “Will we last or will we fade away?” Suchness, an album made between continents and between genres, seems to answer with the same duality that informed its construction. We are as impermanent as we are timeless. We are songs already sung and ones yet to be imagined. We are loud whispers. We last and we fade away.

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ALESSI'S ARK new album and new us tour in June

June 1 - Phoencia, NY - Mystery Spot Antiques  

June 3 - Seattle, WA at Sunset Tavern *

June 4 - Portland, OR at Holocene *
June 6 - San Francisco, CA at The Chapel *
June 7 - Los Angeles, CA at Bootleg Theater *
June 11 - Evanston, IL at SPACE %
June 14 - New York, NY at Mercury Lounge ~
June 15 - New York, NY at Rockwood Music Hall
June 16 - Philadelphia, PA at Johnny Brenda’s *
June 18 - Putney, VT at Next Stage *
June 19 - Boston, MA at TT’s *
June 20 - Portland, ME at One Longfellow *

*supporting Sam Amidon
%supporting Patterson Hood
~supporting The Ludlow Thieves

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"YES IS THE ANSWER" book celebration

Progressive Rock Party:
"YES IS THE ANSWER" book celebration
GENESIS: LIVE (rare archival 35mm print!)
Saturday, June 15th | 7:45pm

Crimson, Genesis, Pink Floyd, oh my! No stranger to the maligned and the misunderstood in the realm of cinema, Cinefamily is thrilled to now turn the lights up on one of our favorite musical dreamscapes -- one traditionally scoffed at by critics, and dismissed by the fairweather flock: vintage progressive rock. To celebrate the publication of “Yes Is The Answer”, the first literary anthology devoted to prog rock’s legacy (featuring contributions by acclaimed novelists Rick Moody, Wesley Stace, Seth Greenland, Charles Bock, and Joe Meno, as well as musicians Nathan Larson and Peter Case), it’s a heady stew of rare 35mm prints, excerpted readings from the book by its authors, and video rarities up the wazoo.

First up, the book’s local contributors read from their pieces, followed by killer footage of the bands in question -- and then it’s onto the evening’s archival film prints: 1977’s sublime 45-minute Genesis: In Concert, filmed in expansive Cinemascope and unscreened in Los Angeles for decades -- and 1983’s Kilroy Was Here, Styx’s 10-minute dystopian filmed “intro” to their worldwide tour of the same name. “Yes Is The Answer” is the first book that dares to thoughtfully reclaim prog rock as a subject worthy of serious consideration -- so take a Topographic Journey into the 21st Century Schizoid land of Prog-Lit!

Genesis: Live Dir. Tony Maylam, 1977, 35mm, 45 min.
Kilroy Was Here Dirs. Brian Gibson & Jerry Kramer, 1983, 35mm, 10 min. (Archival print courtesy of the Academy Film Archive)

This event is in conjunction with Skylight Books' live discussion of "Yes Is The Answer" with Marc Weingarten and Tyson Cornell, on Thursday, July 13th, 7:30pm!

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JUNIP @ The Troubadour

"Bring on the Armageddon-these tunes will withstand anything."
-Under The Radar
“This is music that easily goes anywhere.”
-New York Times
"These three men are able to sound like an entire orchestra and convincingly so."
"beautiful synth-pulse"
“Really, there’s no doing it justice-just let it carry you off in all its oceanic splendor.”
I saw Junip in a tiny venue last year. For me, when he sings, the room goes away, the highest compliment I can pay to a performer.”
Today Junip (Elias Araya, José González and Tobias Winterkorn) head out for their FIRST North American tour in support of their glowing self-titled sophomore release!
This Swedish trio will kick off their first two shows with SOLD OUT back to back appearances at the historical Troubadour in Los Angeles as well as a live session as part of KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic programming---be sure to tune into KCRW tomorrow morning to hear the guys perform new songs on the air.
Stay tuned to Junip’s Twitter and Facebook for times for set-times and upcoming radio appearances with KEXP, WFUV and WXPN.

We could not be more excited to have them back and spreading their magical music with all of you. In case you need to re-visit the first two tracks they have shared off of Junipyou can check out their SoundCloud page for “Your Life Your Call” and “Line of Fire” as well as their friends Tobacco remixing “Your Life Your Call”---it is pretty epic and perfect for any pre-concert festivities!
5/29 – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA **SOLD OUT**
5/30 – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA **SOLD OUT**
5/31 – Rio Theatre – Santa Cruz, CA
6/1 – Bimbos – San Francisco, CA
6/2 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
6/3 – The Wild Buffalo – Bellingham WA---NEW DATE ADDED
6/4 – Rio Theatre – Vancouver, BC
6/5 – Neumos – Seattle, WA
6/8 – Cedar Cultural Center – Minneapolis, MN
6/9 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
6/10 – Great Hall –Toronto, ON
6/12 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
6/13 – Highline Ballroom – New York, NY
6/15 - 9:30 Club – Washington DC
6/16 – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA

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Ponderosa Stomp Releases "Riot On Sunset Strip" Mini-Doc

Ponderosa Stomp Releases "Riot On Sunset Strip" Mini-Doc
Featuring the Feral Garage Line-up for 2013
The Standells, Ty Wagner, The Sloths, Gaunga Dyns

Over the years, the Ponderosa Stomp has proudly presented the greats of rock n’ roll, from Link Wray and the Flamin’ Groovies to The Trashmen, Green Fuz, The Seeds, The Alarm Clocks and Dr Specs Optical Illusion. Unhinged pioneers of raw fury, these bands ignited teenage raves and rebellious rioting on stages across the US, becoming icons of a movement that continues to flower. 2013 is no exception, as stars of the Sunset Strip scene The Sloths, Ty Wagner and The Standells perform with proto-punk New Orleans rockers the Gaunga Dyns.

Watch "Riot on Sunset Strip" mini-doc here:
The Stomp brings The Standells to headline the Festival, which runs October 3-5 in New Orleans. Best known for their hit “Dirty Water,” the band personified the youth movement in Hollywood during the 60s, where the kids clashed with over-zealous cops while beatniks ran amuck.  The band appeared in the cult classic “Riot on Sunset Strip” as well as numerous other movies and TV shows, notably appearing as the “Love Bugs” on the Bing Crosby Show and as themselves on The Munsters. Other slices of leering, lecherous garage genius followed with “Try It” and “Why Pick on Me,” as well as the dark horse ode “Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Wear White.” The Standells legacy remains strong; “Dirty Water” is played after every home victory by the Boston Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins and it is listed in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as one of the 500 songs that shaped rock n’ roll.

The Gaunga Dyns are one of the most lethal garage combos to blaze a trail of glory across the New Orleans scene in the ‘60s. With only two 45 records to their name, the band’s impact was huge compared to their output. Recorded by Cosimio Matassa for Minit Records imprint Busy-B, they were hardly your average teen rockers. “Rebecca Rodifer,” a vaguely shrouded tale of a teen girl who doesn’t survive an abortion, is twisted and terrifying.  “Clouds Don’t Shine” is a study in dark, moody intensity, while they bring the fuzz on “Stick with Her” and “No One Cares.”  The band’s tenure was short but sweet – their sides are hunted by collectors world-wide. Fans will find them featured in the Ponderosa Stomp Foundation’s exhibit, Unsung Heroes: The Secret History of Louisiana Rock ‘n Roll at the Louisiana State Museum.
Another short-lived, but much loved band of the era, was California’s the Sloths. The band’s lifespan lasted from only 1965 until 1966, but their sole 1965 recording with the sides “Makin’ Love” and “You Mean Everything” was a barnburner, ensuring they’d be unforgettable. The band laid down their instruments in 1966 and did not pick them up for 46 years. Through the efforts of a private detective, the band reformed and they retain the raw primitivity and unspoiled stomp that have made their records highly sought after almost 5 decades later.

Ty Wagner emerged from California in 1966 as front man of the Scotchmen and
the Ones, where he penned the ultimate proto-punk anthem “Slander” and his outsider anthem “I’m a No Count.” The sides were hits for Chattahoochee and Era Records respectively and were recorded at Gold Star Recording. Wagner did numerous TV appearances and was a stalwart of the 60s Sunset Strip scene, performing at It’s Boss, The Trip, the Brave New World, the Rendezvous and other nightclubs where rebel music fans danced.  Wagner performs at the 2013 Stomp in New Orleans in the wake of his first record in decades, a new 45 featuring two unreleased numbers from the mid-60s.

For more information about the Ponderosa Stomp Festival (and the full line-up), Music Conference, Record Shop, Hip Drop DJ Night and Film Events, visit:  www.ponderosastomp.com

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Boomerang,” the first single from artist Lucy Schwartz’s highly anticipated album Timekeeper, is available for streaming on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVq9edB3HcM. The song recently premiered on Entertainment Weekly’s website at http://bit.ly/15g4fJb and is featured as the last song in the final episode of the new season of “Arrested Development,” which premiered Sunday on Netflix. Mitch Hurwitz, the show’s creator, declares “Lucy’s latest album is her Sgt. Pepper. Unbelievable. I can’t stop playing it or thinking about it. So brilliant and amazing.” Lucy also makes an appearance in the show alongside Michael Cera. “Boomerang” is available for download on iTunes at http://bit.ly/1adIdHW, along with a second song, “Time Will Tell.” Both songs will be part of the new album Timekeeper due for release August 6. More info is available at Lucy’s website: http://lucyschwartzmusic.com/.

Los Angeles-based Lucy Schwartz co-produced Timekeeper with producer d.Fly, except the song “Boomerang” which was produced by Matt Hales (aka Aqualung, who also collaborated with Lucy on the duet “Cold” for the Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 soundtrack). All songs were mixed by Shawn Everett (Sara Watkins, Weezer) at Zeitgeist Studios, and the record was mastered by Bob Ludwig (Wilco, Bruce Springsteen, The Who).  Lucy describes Timekeeper as a very visual project. “My dream is for this record to open up the listener’s imagination. I want to use visuals to really create a tangible world for each song. I want people not only to hear the music and feel the music, but to see the music.” Accordingly, Lucy has been teaming up with an array of visual artists to create the fantasy world of Timekeeper, including renowned photographer Tierney Gearon, with whom she created the dynamic monkey photographs that adorn the single’s cover.

23 year-old Lucy has performed on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and opened up for artists including The Civil Wars, Moby, A Fine Frenzy, and Tom Odell. She has also shared the stage with Elton John (The Yamaha 125th Anniversary) as well as Sarah McLachlan and Sheryl Crow (Lilith Fair). Additionally, Lucy has written original songs for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1, Shrek Forever After, Mother & Child, Post Grad and The Women. She also wrote the international theme song for the TV show Parenthood, and currently, her song “Feeling of Being” is featured as the end credit in the critically-acclaimed film, What Maisie Knew (in theaters now).

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra photographed by Neil Krug

Between the close of their recent European tour and the launch of their imminent US tour dates in June, Unknown Mortal Orchestra are back today to share the video for II opener "From the Sun." Directed by Rick Alverson (of 'The Comedy' fame), the video embraces a darker, more serious tone than the band's earlier videos and usual brand of irreverent humor. Unknown Mortal Orchestra will soldier on (much like the protagonist in their new video), touring for the rest of 2013, including two more US jaunts and their newly announced European dates in November.

Check out the video for "From The Sun" along with all of the band's upcoming tour dates below.
VIDEO: "From The Sun" - http://youtu.be/aV5b71Ooqu4
06/14 - Bellingham, WA - The Wild Buffalo
06/15 - Vancouver, BC - Biltmore Cabaret
06/16 - Spokane, WA - The Center
06/17 - Pullman, WA - Belltower Concert House
06/19 - Calgary, Canada - Sled Island Festival
06/21 - Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
06/22 - Fargo, ND - The Aquarium
06/23 - Minneapolis, MN - The Cedar
06/24 - De Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
06/26 - Akron, OH - Musica
06/28 - New York, NY - Seaport Music Festival
06/29 - Hamden, CT - The Space
07/26 - Byron Bay, AUS - Splendour in the Grass
07/04 - 07/07 - Roskilde, Denmark - Roskilde Festival 
08/03 - Chicago, IL - Lollapalooza
08/09 - Goteborg, Sweden - Way Out West Festival
08/10 - Oslo, Norway - Oya Festival
08/16 - Hasselt, Belgium - Pukkelpop Festival
08/17 - Biddinghuizen, Netherlands - Lowlands Festival
08/18 - Wales, UK - Green Man Festival
09/06 - Portland, OR - Branx (Music Fest NW)
09/26 - San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
09/27 - Los Angeles, CA - Troubadour
09/28 - San Diego, CA - Casbah
09/29 - Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent Ballroom
10/02 - Austin, TX - The Mohawk
10/03 - Little Rock, AR - Stickyz RocknRoll Chicken Shack
10/04 - Nashville, TN - Exit In
10/05 - Atlanta, GA - Terminal West
10/06 - Carboro, NC - Cats Cradle
10/08 - Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel
10/09 - Philadelphia, PA - First Unitarian Church
10/14 - Boston, MA - Brighton Music Hall
10/15 - Montreal, Canada - Cabaret Mile End
10/16 - Toronto, Canada - Lee's Palace
10/17 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick Lounge
10/18 - Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups
10/19 - Pittsburgh, PA - Altar
10/22 - Madison, WI - The Frequency
11/07 - London, UK - Electric Ballroom
11/08 - Manchester, UK - Gorilla
11/10 - Poitiers, France - Confort Moderne // Co-Headline show w/ Suuns
11/12 - Utrecht, Holland - Tivoli Ouderacht
11/13 - Brussels, Belgium - AB Club
11/15 - Prague, Czech Republic - Chapeau Rouge
11/16 - Vienna, Austria - B72
11/18 - Budapest, Hungary - A38 Ship
11/20 - Zurich, Switzerland - Rote Fabrik
11/21 - Dudingen, Switzerland - Bad Bonn
11/22 - Carpi, Italy - Mattatoio
11/23 - Rome, Italy - Blackout
11/25 - Montpellier, France - Rockstore
11/26 - Barcelona, Spain - La 2
11/27 - Madrid, Spain - El Sol

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