Monday, May 9, 2011

Video; Music and Streaming

Two noteworthy items today:

+ This Tuesday, NPR will be live streaming a Fleet Foxes concert from Stubb's Barbecue in Austin, TX. The show starts at 8 p.m. central. This is exciting because despite the fact that TMI can't make it to their show this Friday at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashvegas, at least there will be some amount of Fleet Foxes concert-viewing happening this week.

+ Death Cab for Cutie released the music video for "Home is a Fire" off their forthcoming album Codes and Keys. It's reminiscent of the video for "Little Bribes" in terms of the lyrics being written out in various places, but still cool. Bassist Nick Harmer directs and that dude who made the Obama posters (you know the ones) contributes his stellar design skills. Check it out above.

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