Blood Orange has shared a video for I’m Sorry We Lied, a tracktaken from his critically acclaimed album, Coastal Grooves.Directed by Abteen Bagheri (ASAP Rocky’s Peso) and filmed in LA over three days, the video is a dark tale of love and betrayal where Dev Hynes has the misfortune to fall for a black widow. Currently on tour in Australia withFlorence and The Machine, Blood Orange took time to remix Florence’s single, Never Let Me Go and also recently remixed Blue Jeans by Lana Del Ray.
Blood Orange performs live at Field Day, London on Saturday 2nd June on the Laneway Festival stage in association with Last.FM, at 1.50pm.
Game features the songs: 'Wounder' / 'Loner' & 'Spaceape (Feat. Spaceape) by Burial
Cloud Chamber orchestrates 'found footage' across a variety of media. Players navigate, collaborate and interact in order to access found media (films, diaries, documents, etc) – they are detectives discovering what actually happened. The experience can be described as 'a single site Altered Reality Game'. It is fiction for the Facebook generation - part social network, part filmed mystery and part game.
The tone mixes psychological thriller elements with supernatural horror and real space science to draw players into a dark mystery. As players explore the story, the mysteries of the human psyche and the heartless voids and immensities of outer space become one.
Directed and produced by Tim Main. Petite Noir aka Yannick Ilunga is to release Noirse, the first single since the breakthrough Disappear. It's a glistening noir-wave production of tropical marimba and shuffling grooves from his Congolese and Angolan origins. It rises from graceful beginnings to a rousing, insatiable crescendo. The single features sterling remixes from Deptford Goth, NUGUZUNUGUZU and Pional.
Petite Noir will be performing across the summer, kicking off with an enviable support slot for Solangein NY for which he was personally invited. More dates are still to come.
Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, the fourth studio album by Franz Ferdinand, will be released by Domino on 26th August 2013.
Recorded over the last year at Kapranos’s Scottish studio, McCarthy’s Sausage Studios in London, Club Ralph and a couple of trips to Stockholm and Oslo, the LP cements their status as a unique and adventurous British band: emboldened by a decade’s undreamt-of worldwide success, but still daring and defiant. It’s an ecstatic rejection of the drab conventions often accompanying that level of attention and expectation.
When asked for a quote, Kapranos came back with: “The Intellect Vs The Soul, played out by some dumb band.”
The tensongs that make up Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action take what propelled Franz Ferdinand from the incestuous Glasgow Art School world to, well, the entire world - painterly lyrical detail, heavyweight hooks, precise aesthetic vision and that uncanny ability to marry arch artistic sensibility with pop punch – and push it even further. The breadth of influence, musicality and invention on show here is enormous. If this is unmistakably a Franz Ferdinand record, it is as much by virtue of its sonic daring and perfectly patch-worked eclecticism as the timeless songwriting flair that has long been their calling card.
Franz Ferdinand are still Alex Kapranos, Nick McCarthy, Bob Hardy and Paul Thomson.
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