Video Sunday vol. 43

09 Sep 2012 — NFOP

It's Sunday, it's Video Sunday, and we're taking a look back at the past week for our favorite visuals of our favorite bands.Albert Swarm - Things Fold Into Themselves (by Arttu Nieminen)Julia Holter + Nite Jewel - What We See (by Delaney Bishop and Jose Wolff)

 

Postiljonen - We Raise Our HeartsMetronomy - Hypnose (by Daniel Brereton)Buckamore - Flames (directed by Kevin Luna)

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It's Sunday, it's Video Sunday, and we're taking a look back at the past week for our favorite visuals of our favorite bands.Albert Swarm - Things Fold Into Themselves (by Arttu Nieminen)Julia Holter + Nite Jewel - What We See (by Delaney Bishop and Jose Wolff)

 

Postiljonen - We Raise Our HeartsMetronomy - Hypnose (by Daniel Brereton)Buckamore - Flames (directed by Kevin Luna)

POSTILJONEN: “We Raise Our Hearts”.

07 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen
As both of us here at NFOP will be traveling until the beginning of October, we might not be able to update here so often. Many exciting news (and maybe changes) are however right around the corner, so we sincerely promise it'll be well worth the wait. In other words, it feels very right to celebrate this with a brand new tune from our favourite Stockholm pop group POSTILJONEN, a dreamy synth pop jam that refuse to let go of the summer. Read more → As both of us here at NFOP will be traveling until the beginning of October, we might not be able to update here so often. Many exciting news (and maybe changes) are however right around the corner, so we sincerely promise it'll be well worth the wait. In other words, it feels very right to celebrate this with a brand new tune from our favourite Stockholm pop group POSTILJONEN, a dreamy synth pop jam that refuse to let go of the summer.

Video: Samara Lubelski - “Jammage Cruiser”.

06 Sep 2012 — Henning Lahmann
Beautiful video composed entirely of found Super-8 footage, made by Kyle Eyre for the gorgeously hushed and melancholic "Jammage Cruiser" by New Orleans-born chanteuse Samara Lubelski, taken from her sixth full-length Wavelength which is out now on De Stijl. Read more → Beautiful video composed entirely of found Super-8 footage, made by Kyle Eyre for the gorgeously hushed and melancholic "Jammage Cruiser" by New Orleans-born chanteuse Samara Lubelski, taken from her sixth full-length Wavelength which is out now on De Stijl.

Stay+: “1812”.

06 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen
It feels like ages since we last heard any news surrounding the Stay+ collective, but here it is; three brand new tracks that just popped up on their Tumblr page, apparently under the name "Stay-" / "Stay Negative" and as a part of (surprise) Tumblr EP, according to their Facebook. The first track we were given, "1812", has a very familiar and dark Stay+ vibe to it, while the last one (which you can only listen to here) is a pure ambient track, possibly a slowed down version of one of the other songs. Read more → It feels like ages since we last heard any news surrounding the Stay+ collective, but here it is; three brand new tracks that just popped up on their Tumblr page, apparently under the name "Stay-" / "Stay Negative" and as a part of (surprise) Tumblr EP, according to their Facebook. The first track we were given, "1812", has a very familiar and dark Stay+ vibe to it, while the last one (which you can only listen to here) is a pure ambient track, possibly a slowed down version of one of the other songs.

NFOP SESSIONS #14: Little Spoon.

06 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen

It's taken quite some time, but here is finally the fourth session from our mini-series A Love Letter To FMLY, filmed and recorded back in March in New York and Boston. The latest name out was everyone's favourite dude Birthdays, and now another FMLY member and NFOP regular stand his turn; Boston's oh-so-lovely ambient "pillowgazer" Little Spoon. Tucked up in a blanket and surrounded by candles, Cameron Potter gives us "Pull Me Back Into A Dream", a sleepy and gorgeous ambient gem performed on his porch at Dreamhouse.

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It's taken quite some time, but here is finally the fourth session from our mini-series A Love Letter To FMLY, filmed and recorded back in March in New York and Boston. The latest name out was everyone's favourite dude Birthdays, and now another FMLY member and NFOP regular stand his turn; Boston's oh-so-lovely ambient "pillowgazer" Little Spoon. Tucked up in a blanket and surrounded by candles, Cameron Potter gives us "Pull Me Back Into A Dream", a sleepy and gorgeous ambient gem performed on his porch at Dreamhouse.

Furns: “Power”.

04 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen
Originally posted on Ja Ja Ja There is a clever simplicity to the gorgeous pop jams from Copenhagen's girl-boy duo Furns, whom we've happened to fall head over heels in love with after discovering their tunes just hours ago. Tranquil but sensual, the duo's so far three tracks up on Soundcloud (having replaced them with newly mastered versions as of yesterday) has immediate hooks, varying from sexy basslines and hazy vocals to the more simple, straight-forward dream pop, but with an atmosphere that will undoubtably stick to your mind throughout the first listen. They unveiled that more tracks are about to get their finish polishing, so y'all know which space to watch the coming weeks (yes, this). Read more → Originally posted on Ja Ja Ja There is a clever simplicity to the gorgeous pop jams from Copenhagen's girl-boy duo Furns, whom we've happened to fall head over heels in love with after discovering their tunes just hours ago. Tranquil but sensual, the duo's so far three tracks up on Soundcloud (having replaced them with newly mastered versions as of yesterday) has immediate hooks, varying from sexy basslines and hazy vocals to the more simple, straight-forward dream pop, but with an atmosphere that will undoubtably stick to your mind throughout the first listen. They unveiled that more tracks are about to get their finish polishing, so y'all know which space to watch the coming weeks (yes, this).

Premiere: Wildarms - “The Orchids (Psychic Tv cover)”.

04 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen
One of the cutest songs of this world, Psychic Tv's "The Orchids" has finally gotten the cover love it deserves, in courtesy of Brooklyn-based producer Wildarms (aka Duncan Cooper) and his auroral dream pop, introduced by Decoder back in April. Rumours have it saying that our favourite label Cascine will be putting out his first official release, as we're hoping to see a glimpse of before winter kicks in and 2012 becomes 2013. Stay tuned, babes. Read more → One of the cutest songs of this world, Psychic Tv's "The Orchids" has finally gotten the cover love it deserves, in courtesy of Brooklyn-based producer Wildarms (aka Duncan Cooper) and his auroral dream pop, introduced by Decoder back in April. Rumours have it saying that our favourite label Cascine will be putting out his first official release, as we're hoping to see a glimpse of before winter kicks in and 2012 becomes 2013. Stay tuned, babes.

Agent A & Omae: “C’mon”.

04 Sep 2012 — Tonje Thilesen
Beautifully catchy dream pop from Austin, TX duo Agent A & Omae, recently introduced to us via Flashlight Tag's perfect ears. With floaty vocal harmonies over bright synths and drum machine beats, it sounds a bit like if Treefight For Sunlight did a collab with Beach Fossils side project Heavenly Beat. Read more → Beautifully catchy dream pop from Austin, TX duo Agent A & Omae, recently introduced to us via Flashlight Tag's perfect ears. With floaty vocal harmonies over bright synths and drum machine beats, it sounds a bit like if Treefight For Sunlight did a collab with Beach Fossils side project Heavenly Beat.