Pitchfork premieres "Wonder" video

Eternal Summers says “This video was filmed and produced in Harrisonburg, Virginia by Lurid Pictures. An amazing artist by the name Lynda Bostrom created the miniatures and costumes. The band makes a small cameo in this super fun video. Nicole plays a pageant hopeful. Daniel plays a sultry bored cashier while Jonathan plays the 5.0. Typical!” Eternal Summers are on tour. Playing Knitting Factory tonight!

"Millions" video at Pitchfork TV

“Shooting guns, destroying stuff” – we’re into it. We think it’s “Today” meets Thelma & Louise with special thanks to director Johnny Woods and his lovely friends. We hope you got rid of that cake smell out of your car! Read more at Pitchfork

'Millions' get named Best New Track by Pitchfork

Eternal Summers “Millions” FROM PITCHFORK: “The Roanoke, Virginia duo Eternal Summers made their name in underground pop circles with a ramshackle guitar-and-drum sound that celebrated a resurgence several years ago. Time has told it’s a formula that generally only goes so far, so it makes sense that for their sophomore record Correct Behavior, the band has fleshed out its sound with the addition of a new bassist. Dreamier territory comes with those textural expansions, and on “Millions” Nicole Yun’s honed melodies shine and snap with newfound clarity that at times recalls a hyperactive Sundays, or Amelia Fletcher in Heavenly or […]

Eternal Summers announces sophomore album "Correct Behavior" out July 24th

“Correct Behavior” Tracklisting 01 Millions 02 Wonder 03 You Kill 04 I Love You 05 It’s Easy 06 Girls in the City 07 Heaven and Hell 08 Good As You 09 Disappear 10 Summerset Read what Nicole & Daniel have to say about the album in Interview Magazine

Record Store Day is Saturday! Eternal Summers reissue available

Record Store Day is Saturday. The Eternal Summers aptly titled ‘The Dawn of Eternal Summers’ will be available! This is a reissue of their first EP and other 7 inches and cover songs (only available on the vinyl). Nicole from Eternal talked to<a href="http://www.popmatters.com/pm/feature/157406-our-favorite-record-stores-artists-picks-part-1/P2" target="_blank"> PopMatters</a> about her favorite record stores in their hometown Roanoke &amp; other places. <a href="http://www.popmatters.com/pm/feature/157406-our-favorite-record-stores-artists-picks-part-1/P2" target="_blank">Read it all here</a> And here’s what some others are saying about <em>The Dawn of Eternal Summers</em> “Unadorned, jangly indie/punk rock with an autumnal, lived-in feel” BOSTON PHOENIX “Dawn Of unearths gem after jangly gem…The Dawn of Eternal Summers is such sweet sorrow, you’ll […]

Pepper Rabbit's "Older Brother" soundtracks a Canadian commercial for McDonald's

"Older Brother" is from the album Beauregard.   Watch here

Gorilla vs Bear debuts "Seer" from 'Early Fragments' out Feb 12

Gorilla vs Bear says: ” The record opens with arguably the group’s prettiest song to date, the previously unreleased ‘Seer,’” Read more here & listen, then pre-order below!

Chairlift's sophomore album "Something" is out today

Chairlift sophomore album “Something” is out today on Kanine Records/Columbia in the US and Young Turks in the UK. Pick it up on cd, vinyl, or digital here. This time the band has gone for a big sound and made one super epic record. Check out the single “Met Before” as it got “Best New Track” on Pitchfork and its a personal favorite of ours.

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