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Code Orange Kids - Flowermouth (The Leech)

Directed by Max Moore

PERMA PREMIERES “LITTLE LIGHT” MUSIC VIDEO

ANNOUNCES ’TWO OF A CRIME' DIGITAL DELUXE EDITION TO BE RELEASED APRIL 15

Perma, featuring Say Anything’s Max Bemis and Eisley’s Sherri DuPree-Bemis, is premiering a new music video for “Little Light”, today on AltPress.com. The video was directed by Max Moore and filmed in Tyler, TX.

“I’m really proud to have made a music video that is both uplifting and also a bit silly,” shares Bemis. “We had a great time filming it with Max Moore and are so excited to share "Little Light” with everyone!“

Today, the duo is also announcing that they will release a digital deluxe edition of their debut album, Two of a Crime, on April 15 through Rory Records - Bemis’ imprint label within Equal Vision Records.

The digital deluxe album will feature four new tracks, including one brand new song called “Deluxe” and three songs from an exclusive live performance at Pandora’s headquarters in Oakland, CA.

Perma just wrapped up a two-part US tour that spanned from coast to coast, and will now take a short break from touring as Eisley is set to head out on the road for a Spring Tour with Merriment, another Rory Records’ band. All upcoming Eisley tour dates can be found below. Say Anything will announce their next run of tour dates next month.

Perma’s Two of a Crime (Deluxe Edition) tracklisting can be found below. The release will be digital only and all tracks will be available a la carte.

TRACKLIST – Two of a Crime (Deluxe Edition) 
1. Two of a Crime 
2. Little Light 
3. Wishbone 
4. Let’s Start a Band 
5. Remedy 
6. You’re Welcome 
7. She Chose You 
8. The Bat and the Cave 
9. No, Dear 
10. Torch Song 
11. Tangled Up 
12. Deluxe 
13. Little Light (Live at Pandora) 
14. The Bat and the Cave (Live at Pandora) 
15. Two of A Crime (Live at Pandora)

TOUR DATES 
Eisley w/Merriment
 
Apr 01 Nashville, TN @ Exit/In (18+) 
Apr 02 Chapel Hill, NC @ Cat’s Cradle Back Room 
Apr 03 Washington, DC @ U Street 
Apr 05 Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle (21+) 
Apr 06 Uncasville, CT @ Wolf Den @ Mohegan (21+) 
Apr 07 Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall (18+) 
Apr 08 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom (18+)
Apr 10 Pittsburgh, PA @ Smiling Moose 
Apr 11 Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar 
Apr 12 South Bend, IN @ Subkirke 
Apr 13 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall (18+) 
Apr 14 Kansas City, MO @ Czar (18+) 
Apr 15 Little Rock, AR @ Stickyz RnR Chicken Shack (18+) 
Apr 16 Houston, TX @ House of Blues Peacock 
Apr 17 Austin, TX @ Emo's 
Apr 18 San Antonio, TX @ Jack’s Bar (13+)
Apr 19 Dallas, TX @ Trees

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The Swellers - “Got Social” (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

Our video directed by Max Moore is now on YouTube!

Like the song? Get our new album RIGHT HERE

Get the GOT SOCIAL T-SHIRT RIGHT HERE

Video: Citizen - “Stain”

Mid-western post-punks come-of-age Citizen will be releasing their sophomore outing Everybody Is Going to Heaven in two weeks (but you can already stream the entire thing in advance right here,) and will then be hitting the road for the rest of the summer as possibly one of the only bands worth checking out at this year’s Warped Tour. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why that is, either. Barely of drinking age, the quintet have taken the high road en route to sonic maturation with their latest effort by using their influences merely as a guideline to invent their own future in the punk scene, and when you watch the band’s new video for the recent listen “Stain,” there isn’t anything remotely commercial or polished about it that would line right up with the Hot Topic half-breeds they’ll be rubbing elbows with at some point in another in the world’s finest traveling teenage wasteland. Now, Max Moore has directed some pretty glossy visuals in the past for the likes of Hostage Calm, Code Orange, and Tigers Jaw, but his lens work on Citizen here escapes that familiar high-res polish in favor of a granular substance that makes this feel like found footage of a home video gone awry after some strange seedlings grow into an agricultural horror show. It could also double as a metaphor for Citizen’s terrifyingly intense growth spurt just the same.

Citizen’s Everybody Is Going to Heaven will be released June 23rd on Run for Cover Records.

VIDEO PREMIERE: The Swellers - “Got Social”

Check out our new video over at mtvU by clicking the image above!

Like the song? Pick up the new album The Light Under Closed Doors by CLICKING HERE

Hope you enjoy! Max Moore did an amazing job. Couldn’t be happier to release a video like this after we just finished a 6 week house show tour!

-The Swellers

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Howabout the video Max Moore did for Touché Amoré’s “Gravity, Metaphorically”? The end is unreal good.

If you haven’t yet, you can buy the vinyl / package deals OR buy the digital / stream it for free.

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Best Performances by an Actor So Far [2015]

10. Max Irons as Miles Richards in The Riot Club

9. Jack O’Connell as Gary Hook in ‘71

8. Michael Fassbender as Silas Selleck in Slow West

7. Taika Waititi as Viago in What We Do in the Shadows

6. Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in Love and Mercy

5. Shameik Moore as Malcom in Dope

4. Viggo Mortensen as Daru in Loin des Hommes or Far from Men

3. Colin Firth as Harry “Galahad” Hart in Kingsman: The Secret Service

2. Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky in Mad Max: Fury Road

1. Oscar Isaac as Nathan in Ex Machina

“They say emo’s coming back – and by they, we mean Stereogum, who is totally right, even if emo never really left. Into It. Over It. is one of 12 bands pegged by the indie site as leading the current wave of emo, and their track "No Amount of Sound” is definitely worthy of the praise.

The Chicago one-man band’s latest single eschews rhythmic heat or hard-riffing power chords for some slo-mo ‘90s noise, mustering decaying electric guitar riffs and the heavy volume of feedback and open chords underneath Evan Weiss’ bedroom-tender melody. It’s not far from the sound of Translanticism-era Death Cab for Cutie or Pedro the Lion circa Control.

Watch Into It. Over It.’s “No Amount Of Sound” video after the jump.

The song’s careful video fits the track’s noisy build, capturing Weiss alone in a room, briefcase in hand. Where is he? The office? Nope: Soon we’re diving through his memories, and it seems to be his childhood bedroom, empty and abandoned. He tries to fill up the room with furniture again, but it fills up on him instead – a visual metaphor too moving to spoil.

The video doesn’t spell out why he’s come back in the first place, but connect the dots and you’ll see why dude’s so bummed. We’re not, though! Emo forever.“

Minus me not being in the video, this is fun! Thanks mtv

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No Coast, Braid’s first full length album in over 15 years — available everywhere on CD, vinyl and digitally now! Pick it up from iTunes or on CD or vinyl.

Directed by Max Moore.

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"Wait, did you say 36 hours?"

@KateCantSwim: morning reminder from @JoshyHelman, @Johnakite, Grayson, @SinaGrace, @katjaherbers, @tobesmoore & @celestenarias!

@tobesmoore: #36hours to get behind the film @KateCantSwim with my mates @JoshyHelman and @YaelStone!!!

Support Josh Helman’s new film Kate Can’t Swim HERE (29 hours to go until deadline: Friday, July 3, 2015 11:00 AM +09:00)

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Best Performances by an Actress So Far [2015]

11-10. Amy Poehler and Phyllis Smith as Joy and Sadness in Inside Out

9. Sofia Boutella as Gazelle in Kingsman: The Secret Service

8. Elizabeth Banks as Melinda Ledbetter in Love and Mercy

7. Alicia Vikander as Vera Brittain in Testament of Youth

6. Maika Monroe as Jay Height in It Follows

5. Cate Blanchett as Lady Tremaine in Cinderella

4. Carey Mulligan as Bathsheba Everdene in Far From the Madding Crowd

3. Julianne Moore as Havana Segrend in Maps to the Stars

2. Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa in Mad Max: Fury Road

1. Alicia Vikander as Ava in Ex Machina