Devendra Banhart finally premiered the music video "Baby," the first single off of What Will We Be released via Warner Bros. Records. The video also features familiar faces such as Los Hermanos/Little Joy's Rodrigo Amarante, Megapuss/Priestbird's Greg Rosgrove and a few others.
I'm sitting on a raggedy old couch on the third floor of Manzanita. I have been here for almost an hour studying for three exams taking place in the next 10 minutes. It is sunny Wednesday. I can see the mountains, palm trees, students and birds flying high. I was supposed to see Alex today, but someone didn't let me. What a buzz kill. I'll see him Sunday, so I'm happy about that. On another note, I went to the vending machine because i wanted a lemonade or at least some Sierra Mist- I accidently punched in the code for Mountain Dew. Blah. I may go hiking again today. Its part of my "Living a Healty Life-Living a Longer Life" program-I'm the only member so far. Anyways, I need to go wash my hands-they feel very dirty which makes me feel dirty as a whole. So there! I gave you a brief look into my Wednesday so far. Good bye!
Austin based garage rock band, Harlem, are set to release their sophomore album, Hippies, next month. Fans are to expect, "drum spasms" and "jerky, elastic strumming that mangles classic rock into a child’s play thing." Hippies is their first release on Matador Records. The 16 track album, releasing in April will have a more chorus-oriented in comparison to their previous record, Free Drugs, which had more of a 50s lo-fi, garage sound. Here is "Friendly Ghosts,"- the first single off their sophomore album.