by Mike Breen
First video released from Cincy natives' forthcoming 'Trouble Will Find Me' album
The Cincinnati natives in hugely popular Indie Rock group The National participated in a Reddit "AMA" chat today, where fans could ask the band anything. Perhaps someone asked, "Hey, when are you putting out a video for a track from your new album?" because during the chat, the band posted the first video from Trouble Will Find Me, which is due on the 4AD label on May 21 (you can pre-order on iTunes here).Here's the jittery, claustrophobic "Sea of Love" music video. The National come back to their hometown on July 14 to headline the final night of Cincy's Bunbury Music Festival.
by Mike Breen
Band releases "Demons," "Don't Swallow the Cap" from forthcoming 'Trouble Will Find Me'
The Cincinnati-born, Brooklyn-based members of Indie Rock sensations The National recently announced details about their first new album since 2010's High Violet, Trouble WIll Find Me. The album is due in the U.S. on May 21 on the 4AD label. (Click here for the album cover, track listing and more National news.)Today, The National unleashed the first song from Trouble, the warm, crawling "Demons." Check the tune and a video for it below. UPDATE: Today (April 11), The National released audio of the first single from Trouble Will Find Me, "Don't Swallow the Cap." Check it out:The National perform a homecoming show on July 14, headlining the final night of the three-day Bunbury Music Festival at Sawyer Point Park. For tickets and more info, click here. The National has been previewing the new album on its current global tour. Here are a handful of new songs from the LP performed live in Berlin last week.