Another edition of the weekly music video picks and we have some big bands as well as a few you may never have heard of. Take a listen / view, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment if you like what we delivered to you this week. We hope you enjoy the tracks as much as us.
Graham Coxon: Ooh, Yeh Yeh - another cool CGI video from Coxon.
Band Of Skulls: Sweet Sour - very catchy chorus and retro R’N’R guitar riffs.
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In this edition of the Music Video Addiction, we have a bunch of brand new videos and one classic video. We hope you enjoy this week’s edition, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment if you enjoy.
Graham Coxon: What’ll It Take - cool, new track by Graham w/ great editing and cgi.
Adult.: In My Nerves - an older track by the band but still love it.
Orbital: Wonky - this is like Jingle Cats but takes it 10 steps further.
Simian Mobile Disco: Cerulean - the SMD boys are back with a new vid.
The Rapture: In The Grace Of Your Love - their latest video.
2:54: You’re Early - this one reminds me of Curve.
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Yesterday night in London, Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon performed a new Blur song titled ‘Under the Westway’ at a War Child benefit show.
Albarn’s explanation about the piano ballad was that, “we wrote this up the road a few weeks ago” and also noted that “it’s got a lot of words.” Blur are scheduled to perform tomorrow night (February 21st) at the Brit Awards.
Watch their ‘Under The Westway’ live performance below.