Tag Archives: Dead Oceans

New Phosphorescent video: C’est La Vie No. 2

Video: Phosphorescent – “C’est La Vie No. 2” Directed by Jordan Halland. From C’est La Vie, out now on Dead Oceans. I wrote all night Like the fire of my words could burn a hole up to heaven I don’t write all night burning holes up to heaven no more As you get older you … Continue reading New Phosphorescent video: C’est La Vie No. 2

New Alex Lahey video: Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself

Video: Alex Lahey – “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself” Directed by Callum Preston. From The Best Of Luck Club, out May 17 on Dead Oceans. Australian Alex Lahey writes smart pop songs and makes funny videos. And in the first single from her new album, she’s got an important message for all the overachievers … Continue reading New Alex Lahey video: Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself

New Better Oblivion Community Center video: Dylan Thomas

Video: Better Oblivion Community Center – “Dylan Thomas” Directed by Michelle Zauner. From Better Oblivion Community Center, out now on Dead Oceans. This is so good! And when’s the last time Conor Oberst has looked this happy? Phoebe Bridgers clearly brings out the best in him. This whole album is great. Which shouldn’t surprise anybody. … Continue reading New Better Oblivion Community Center video: Dylan Thomas

New Strand of Oaks video: Weird Ways

Video: Strand of Oaks – “Weird Ways” From Eraserland, out March 22 on Dead Oceans. I’ve spent a fair amount of time in recording studios over the years. Some professional, some home studios and some just comprised of a 4-track and some SM57 microphones. I’ve spent even more time in rehearsal studios, all of which … Continue reading New Strand of Oaks video: Weird Ways

New Phoebe Bridgers video: Killer

Video: Phoebe Bridgers – “Killer” Directed by Gus Black. From Stranger In The Alps, out now on Dead Oceans. We kicked off this year with a Phoebe Bridgers video and now we’re pretty much closing it out with one. And what’s a better topic for the day after Christmas than creating an Advance Health Care … Continue reading New Phoebe Bridgers video: Killer

New Mitski video: Washing Machine Heart

Video: Mitski – “Washing Machine Heart” Directed by Zia Anger. From Be The Cowboy, out now on Dead Oceans. Mitski gets down with a statue, a silent film star, and her own bad self in the video for “Washing Machine Heart.” Toss your dirty shoes in my washing machine heart Baby, bang it up inside … Continue reading New Mitski video: Washing Machine Heart

New Mitski video: Nobody

Video: Mitski – “Nobody” Directed by Christopher Good. From Be The Cowboy, out August 17 on Dead Oceans. I really loved Mitski’s song “Your Best American Girl” with its epic rock and roll crescendo and its sad lyrics (“You’re an all-American boy / I guess I couldn’t help trying to be your best American girl”). … Continue reading New Mitski video: Nobody

New Alex Lahey video: I Love You Like a Brother

Video: Alex Lahey – “I Love You Like a Brother” From I Love You Like A Brother, out now on Dead Oceans. I’m an only child so I don’t totally get the whole sibling thing. But it looks like Melbourne’s Alex Lahey gets along really well her little brother. You don’t like sports and I … Continue reading New Alex Lahey video: I Love You Like a Brother

New Phoebe Bridgers video: Would You Rather ft. Conor Oberst

Video: Phoebe Bridgers – “Would You Rather” (ft. Conor Oberst) From Stranger In The Alps, out now on Dead Oceans. Playing “would you rather” When it comes to fire You always say that you’d prefer to drown You were still in the ambulance When the cop suggested You’re the one who tried to burn it … Continue reading New Phoebe Bridgers video: Would You Rather ft. Conor Oberst

New Alex Lahey video: Every Day’s The Weekend

Video: Alex Lahey – “Every Day’s The Weekend” From I Love You Like A Brother, out October 6 on Dead Oceans. Another cool Australian, Alex Lahey was born and raised in Melbourne. She made a funny video where she explorers a number of terrible career choices before ending up with the coolest job ever. Alex … Continue reading New Alex Lahey video: Every Day’s The Weekend