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Because we can't get Beirut off the brain

Because we can’t get Beirut off the brain

…since they totally rocked us steady at Montreal’s Metropolis last night. (If you haven’t seen them live yet, you must). #64.2 – Beirut – The Penalty by lablogotheque
Beirut sail under vibrant skies in 'The Rip Tide'

Beirut sail under vibrant skies in ‘The Rip Tide’

Have you seen Beirut’s new video for The Rip Tide? Taken from their album of the same name, this beautiful and serene clip, directed by Houmam Abdallah, rewards those who see it through to the end. Beirut’s Zach Condon gives his two cents on the simple but vibrant video: “I always felt that The Rip...
Beirut introduce new video for Vagabond

Beirut introduce new video for Vagabond

Beirut reveals the new video for Vagabond, the newest video from LP, The Rip Tide. Directed by Sunset Television, Vagabond was shot on location at the Warsaw dancehall in Greenpoint and “inspired by the look of Milos Forman movies from the 60’s.” Due to copious depictions of smoking, drinking and general devil-may-care cavorting, it’s undetermined...
Bright Moments' Natives

Bright Moments’ Natives

Natives, the forthcoming debut album from Bright Moments aka multi-instrumentalist, Kelly Pratt (Beirut, Arcade Fire), is a study of people, places and adventure featuring a lively, prominent brass section atop a multi-layered, indie-pop base. While the use of brass instruments in pop music is nothing new (and lest you anticipate the second coming of Beirut),...