Baltic Cousins, "Never Hold Your Breath"

The march of time goes on, and since I last checked , a bunch of new, local music videos


Local Music Video Roundup: Feast Your Eyes on New Vids from Baltic Cousins, Tea Cozies, Brothers From Another, and More

Baltic Cousins, "Never Hold Your Breath"

The march of time goes on, and since I last checked, a bunch of new, local music videos have hit the streets, including the above from energetic Bellingham band Baltic Cousins for their song "Never Hold Your Breath." (Check them out on our list of ten Bellingham bands to watch here.) Animated by the band's Bradley Lockhart, it features a host of Northwest critters including bears, raccoons, salmon, and eagles, accompanied by a song that wouldn't sound out of place on an Okkervil River album.

Blue Sky Black Death and Skull & Bones, "Rebel Bitches"

The BSBD production team provides the instrumental track for Seattle's Skull & Bones, two teenage rappers whose confrontational lyrics add little to the medium. Cool video and beats, though.

Raz, "Brave"

Raz recently released a video for the song "Brave" from his upcoming album Cognitive Dissonance that features him rapping... on a boat!

Tea Cozies, "Muchos Dracula"

Fittingly for the title, the band is playing a Halloween show on October 27th at Columbia City Theater with Kithkin.

Pure Bathing Culture - Ivory Coast from Sean Pecknold on Vimeo.

Pure Bathing Culture, "Ivory Coast"Okay, so this band isn't from Seattle, but Erin loves them, they play here regularly (and in fact return to the Sunset with Twin Sister November 4th), and the video was directed by former Seattle resident (and brother of Robin) Sean Pecknold.

King Dude, "Jesus in the Courtyard"

King Dude's latest, Burning Daylight, was recently named album of the month over at Vice.

Brothers From Another, "Molly Moons"

Blue Scholars aren't the only crew to notice the abundance of great food in Seattle-- BFA are on their tail with an ode to, you guessed it, ice cream.

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, "Same Love"

Right on the heels of "Thrift Shop," Macklemore and Ryan Lewis surpassed a million views in a day with their anthem in support of gay marriage. The city is in the grip of Macklemore fever.

Midday Veil, "Choreia"

Reverb Fest 2012 alums Midday Veil get trippy in the video for "Choreia," from their upcoming album The Current.

Okay, I admit it, I could only find nine new videos. Do you have one more for me? Add it in the comments or tweet @foolsjules!

comments powered by Disqus