The New MTV Video Roundup: The Oscars Edition: Northern Faces, John Grant, Junip, Terror, The Rogue
With so many excellent videos floating in and around the interwebs, you don't have the chance to watch them all, but we here at Get eXposed Music surely can. Yes, we're picking up the slack for MTV, MTV2 and Fuse with this handfull of fresh and tasty videos for your aural, and visual consumption.
And what better way to celebrate the Oscars than to watch five brand spanking new music videos!
Northern Faces - "Under My Skin"
"Under My Skin" is a brand new song from Northern Faces forthcoming debut EP, Southern Places, which will be out digitally on March 5 via Equal Vision Records. The music video was filmed with Brooklyn, NY-based filmmaker Patrick Biesemans.
John Grant - "Pale Green Ghosts"
Check out John Grant's wandering new video for the sonically expansive "Pale Green Ghosts," the title track off of upcoming new album, out May 14.
Junip - "Line Of Fire"
Junip’s videos are always delicious spine-tingling, dark creations that take on a life of their own. Their latest video for “Line of Fire” directed by Swedish filmmaker Mikel Cee Karlsson honors the tradition. Visually unnerving, it fits perfectly into the grooves of Junip’s music, itself also hypnotically unsettling, yet delicately beautiful.
Terror - "Live By The Code"
Terror has released a new music video for “Live By The Code”, the title track from their forthcoming album, out April 9th. Frontman Scott Vogel stands firmly behind the belief that hardcore is about more than music… it’s about community, respect and sticking to your roots. Vogel comments, “This video is a perfect look at the energy and heart of Terror. When I first found the scene this energy gave me a feeling that I never felt before and it still moves me to this day. Shot in Germany this past fall, this show was one to remember.”
The Rouge - "Cocaine Hero"
Check out the official self-shot music video for the new song "Cocaine Hero" from Denver indie-folk up-and-comers The Rogue, off their debut EP Blurry, which is available now.
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