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Shannon & the Clams: Did You Love Me

on January 18, 2018 - 3:56pm

Shannon & the Clams debuted the music video for "Did You Love Me" via Billboard. You can watch it below. The song is the second single off the band's forthcoming album, Onion, due February 16 via Easy Eye Sound.

Billboard says “their new visual for the song 'Did You Love Me' gives a taste of just how unique the project is going to be, as the band transcends genre boundaries to deliver a performance that is impossible to fit into a single category.” Shannon Shaw and Cody Blanchard of the band also spoke with Billboard about their new album, the music video, which they taped at LA's famous Bob

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Sonny Smith: Burnin' Up (Feat. Angel Olsen)

on January 4, 2018 - 11:16am

Sonny Smith debuted his music video for "Burnin' Up" (featuring Angel Olsen) via Stereogum. You can watch it below. Both the song and video for the second single off Smith’s forthcoming album, Rod For Your Love (March 2, Easy Eye Sound), prominently features Olsen, and the two swap harmonies throughout, turning the love song into a poignant conversation between partners.

Said Olsen about the video, directed by Ryan Daniel Browne: “I realized Ryan not only was a friend and sometimes bandmate of Sonny’s but he had also shot a video I really liked for the band Big Search, and to tell you the

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Robert Finley: Merry Christmas, I Love You

on December 21, 2017 - 1:10pm

Robert Finley debuted his music video for "Merry Christmas, I Love You" via Uproxx, which calls it "a bluesy throwback holiday song in both message and execution." The song, produced and co-written by Dan Auerbach, is available now on Amazon Prime Music.

Watch the video, directed by Gus Black, here:

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Robert Finley: Holy Wine

on December 13, 2017 - 10:00am

Soul-singer Robert Finley debuted his music video for "Holy Wine" via Relix. Finley also sheds some light on the song and its video saying: "This as close to gospel as you are going to get. The song tells the story of generations, especially the video, with the baby into young manhood. It’s like three generations in one video. Hopefully it fills a generational gap, that’s what the intention was, to try to bring the old and young together."

Watch the video, directed by Gus Black, here:

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Shannon & the Clams to Release New Album, "Onion," February 16

on December 7, 2017 - 10:00am

"Shannon Shaw and Cody Blanchard trick out warped Fifties-Sixties rock driven by space-age thrift-shop keyboards, shimmy-shake dance grooves and sexy moonlit vocals—Shaw's woozy Amy Winehouse-isms are backlit by Blanchard's shrieky falsetto." —Rolling Stone

"Deftly blends a joyful escape musically with the weighty emotional journey of the lyrics..." —Paste

Shannon & the Clams will release their fifth studio album, Onion, via Dan Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound label on February 16th.

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