Watch the New Caitlin Park Video “Wake Up In A Whirr”

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The latest video from Sydney folk-tronica artist Caitlin Park is “Wake Up In A Whirr”, taken from her new album The Sleeper.

“”Wake Up In A Whirr” was one of the first songs written for this album,” Park explains. “It was also the first song recorded for the album (at Damien Gerard Sound Studios), and was therefore recorded differently to most tracks. The song is about two of my friends in a very damaging relationship, a partnership I watched in all its sweet and dark natures. I suppose the lyrics cast a certain projection of my own; one steps away from the romance for their own good. It’s about bowing out with dignity.”

Check out the video below:

Caitlin Park has a couple of shows coming up in Melbourne and Brisbane – the dates are here:

Friday 1st August – Bella Union, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 2nd August – The Hive, Brisbane, QLD

Watch the New Tiny Ruins Video “Me At The Museum, You In The Wintergardens”

Tiny Ruins
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The latest single from New Zealand’s Tiny Ruins, “Me At The Museum, You In The Wintergardens”, has a brand new clip that debuted over the weekend. Filmed and directed by none other than Neil Finn while he and Tiny Ruins were on tour in Europe earlier this year, the track is taken from the recent album Brightly Painted One. Check out the video below:

Watch the New Vena Portae Video “Summer Kills”

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Emily Barker’s new collaborative side-project Vena Portae are gearing up to release their new self-titled album in August (the 18th the be exact) and have just revealed their new video. The video is for the lead single from the album “Summer Kills” – check it out below:

Timber and Steel Premiere: Yetis’ New Video “Dangerous”

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Timber and Steel are very proud to be premiering the brand new video from Sydney indie-folk band Yetis. The video is for the track “Dangerous” which is the second from the band’s recording sessions with Mark Myers and is highly anticipated since the band released their first single “Kind Eyes” way back in March.

Check out the brand new Yetis video “Dangerous” below:

Watch the New Todd Sibbin and The Acadian Driftwood Video “Man Made Hurricane”

Todd Sibbin
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The press release I got from Todd Sibbin and The Acadian Driftwood describes their new single “Man Made Hurricane” as “a two and a half minute, 150bpm, loop based, disco chorus folk song”. Which I kind of guess it is although I’m struggling to hear the folk song bit. “Man Made Hurricane” is the second single from Todd Sibbin and The Acadian Driftwood’s upcoming record A Set Of Knives, A Pair Of Pens – check out the video below:

Todd Sibbin and The Acadian Driftwood are heading out on tour this August and September – check out the full dates here:

Saturday 23rd August – Cranker, Adelaide, SA
Sunday 24th August – Evelyn, Melbourne, VIC
Tuesday 26th August – Record Crate, Sydney, NSW
Thursday 28th August – The Lass O Gowrie, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 30th August – Aztec, Forster, NSW
Wednesday 3rd September – Coast Hotel, Coffs Harbour, NSW
Thursday 4th September – The Treehouse, Byron Bay, NSW
Friday 5th September – The Loft, Gold Coast, QLD
Saturday 6th September – Padre, Brisbane, QLD
Saturday 13th September – Secret Rooftop Party, Adelaide, SA

Watch the New Video from The Acfields “Grabbed Me By The Heart”

The Acfields
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The wonderful, heart warming video for The Acfields new single “Grabbed Me By The Heart” debuted this week. The track is taken from an upcoming album that they recorded recently at a friend’s house on the Mornington Peninsula, which is where this video was filmed as well. Check out the video below:

Watch the New Angus and Julia Stone Video “A Heartbreak”

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Angus and Julia Stone are really getting into the swing of things with the release of another new video “A Heartbreak”. The video is the latest from their new self-titled album with is due on the 1st August. Watch it below:

Angus and Julia Stone are touring this September with brand new Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne shows announced. The full dates are here:

Friday 12th September – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Saturday 13th September – Llewellyn Hall, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 14th September – Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Monday 15th September – Sydney Opera House, Sydney, NSW
Wednesday 17th September – Civic Theatre, Newcastle, NSW
Thursday 18th September – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 19th September – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
Sunday 21st September – Arts Centre, Gold Coast, QLD
Tuesday 23rd September – Perth Concert Hall, Perth, WA
Thursday 25th September – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC
Friday 26th September – Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Watch the New Kasey Chambers Video “Wheelbarrow”

Kasey Chambers
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The first single from Kasey Chambers’ upcoming album Bittersweet (due on the 31st August) “Wheelbarrow”, a decidedly rocky affair with a cracking new black and white video. The video was directed by Renny Wijeyamohan – check it out below:

Watch the New Trampled by Turtles Video “Wild Animals”

Trampled By Turtles
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The brand new Trampled By Turtles album Wild Animals is released this week and they’ve also treated us to a brand new video of the title track. Staring none other than Har Mar Supertstar, the video for “Wild Animals” was directed by Philip Harder. Check it out below:

Watch the New Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys Video “A Hymn to the Wolves”

Jack Mcneill and Charlie Heys
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In my Ten Albums and EPs From the First Half of 2014 You Should Own piece from earlier this month I said “I sometimes feel like I may be the only one in Australia listening to UK duo Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys“, but I’m determined to change that, one post at a time.

And I’m hoping Jack McNeill and Charlie Heys’ brand new video “A Hymn to the Wolves” gains them a few more Australian fans as it’s just beautiful. The track is taken from their new album Any Other Morning – check out the video below:

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