Posts tagged with Music Video

Matt Pryor releases new music video with scenes of Lawrence

The Get Up Kids' Matt Pryor, who will perform at the Lawrence Arts Center Friday night, has a new music video for "Kinda Go To Pieces" from his 2013 album "Wrist Slitter." It features Liberty Hall, East Lawrence, and Eric Melin, drummer for Lawrence band The Dead Girls and the most recent world air guitar champion.


Approach releases music video for “Of A 1,000”

The Lawrence-based rapper Approach released his album, Make Out With Violence, last month. Now, the album's first single, "Of A 1,000," has a music video.

Watch it below.


Cowboy Indian Bear releases music video for ‘I Want a Stranger’s Heart’

Cowboy Indian Bear, recently voted best local band in our Best of Lawrence awards, is keeping busy. Following a series of album release shows and expansive touring over the past two months, the band has released a music video for their latest single "I Want a Stranger's Heart" from their full-length album "Live Old, Die Young" (available now via The Record Machine)

promotional still from "I Want a Stranger's Heart" by Cowboy Indian Bear (photo credit: Micki Hadley)

promotional still from "I Want a Stranger's Heart" by Cowboy Indian Bear (photo credit: Micki Hadley) by Peter Lyrene

The video, directed by Micki Hadley, shows intimate scenes of a young family (that of local artist Jason Barr and his wife, Elyse, along with their two daughters). Shot in slow-motion, and bathed in warm filters, "I Want a Strangers Heart" captures distinctly summer images of swing sets and kissing under fireworks — a perfect fit for this short and sweet song.

I Want A Stranger's Heart // Cowboy Indian Bear from Micki Hadley on Vimeo.

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Cloud Dog releases new music video, plays tonight at the Beaumont Club

Cloud Dog released a trippy new music video today for their song "Drift" off their newest album, Realms (listen here on Spotify).

Tonight, Cloud Dog plays with Lynx and Beats Antique at the Beaumont Club in Kansas City. They'll also be ringing in 2013—with their dance-inducing songs, and presumably, their customary face paint—at the Jackpot on New Year's Eve with Approach and DJ G Train.