The group releases their debut record, Days Are Gone. The record features 11 tracks that include the singles Forever and The Wire. The album is a collaboration between the band and producers James Ford, Ludwig Göransson and Ariel Rechtshaid.
I think each song has its own story. I don’t think there was an overarching feeling for the record. I think the overarching theme was to make it sound like a band. But the feeling really does go from song to song.
The artist releases his video for his song, Take Me To Church.
The group releases their 4th single, The Wire. The single is on their album, Days Are Gone and is a collaboration with producer Ariel Rechtshaid.
We were so badly burned by (The Wire) that song. We recorded it five or six times before, and hated it. One little sound can make it so f-cking cheesy.
The band release the video for Imperialism. The video shows the group dancing in front of U.S. monuments, such as The White House, the Capitol and The George Washington Masonic Temple, interspersed with quotes from George H. W. Bush.
The new single and video IMPERIALISM builds on the group’s mission to prompt reflection contemporary society, working styles, global culture, and images of modern Japan. Provocatively shot in Washington D.C. – against backdrops of American sights like the US Capitol building and Union Station. Spontaneous moments from filming are kept as is for the video.
Haim releases their 3rd single, Falling. The single is a collaboration with writer Morgan Meyn Nagler and producer Ariel Rechtshaid and is on their album Days Are Gone.
Este on the bass lines in the song:
If I Could Change Your Mind was a challenge for me because it’s all fast 16th notes. Trying to make it funky without a pick was a little difficult. That and Falling are the two funkiest songs on the record. Writing those bass lines was really, really fun.
The group sings on the artist’s track, LVL. The track is featured on his album, LONG.LIVE.A$AP.
We sang at the very end. (All begin singing ‘All you need is love’) That story was crazy because we met A$AP at a festival like a year ago.
The group releases their single, Don’t Save Me. The single is on their debut album, Days Are Gone. The song is a collaboration between the band and producer James Ford.
Alana and Danielle:
(The song) is kind of up to you what it’s about. We wrote it around the time we got signed. We spent so long trying to get signed … and when we finally did there was all of this pressure and it was kind of like well is it or is it not?
Haim releases their debut single, Forever. The single is a collaboration of all band members and producer Ludwig Göransson.
When you’re younger and you meet your first love you kind of see it as always being there and then realizing that is probably not going to be the one.
World Order release Change Your Life, from the album 2012. The video features the band dancing in a nightclub.
Haim releases their first EP under the Ployder Records label.The EP is a collaboration between all members of the band. The release features three tracks including the single, Forever. Este and Alana :
We only recorded that Forever EP (in July 2012) to try and get a residency in LA. That was the goal. And we didn’t even get the residency!
The band releases a music video for Block Out The Sun, from their album The Slow Readers Club.
The band release Feet on Fire, from their album The Slow Readers Club. Aaron Starkie:
The song is about growing up and struggling to come to terms with the 9-5 steady existence. Its about a discomfort with routine and a longing for a bit of chaos .
Shulfer, a Walker supporter, releases a song to show support for Walker during the recall campaign.
When we faced an uphill climb, with a future not too bright. There was one man for the time, who was promising to fight. He would stand up for us all, when he tamed the status quo. And now he’s standing ten-feet tall, from Ashland to Monroe. We will stand with Governor Walker.
The band release a video for Sirens, from their album The Slow Readers Club.
Musso releases the music video for Open The Door off of his album, Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for his song Come Back My Love off of his album, Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for Empty off of his album, Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for his song Just Go off of Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for You Got Me Hooked off of his album, Brainstorm.
Musso releases his album, Brainstorm, with the label 717 Records.
The reality of the album is about how to overcome [a breakup]. It’s all about you and loving yourself before you love anybody else.
Musso releases the music video for Celebrate off of Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for Got Your Heart off of his album Brainstorm.
Musso releases the music video for Get Away off of his album Brainstorm.
Lovato and Jonas release their song, This is Me, from the album Camp Rock. It premieres on Radio Disney.
Omerta releases a music video for One More Minute.
The band releases their song, Never Loved A Girl, from their album, Honkin’ On Bobo.
More Than a Woman, the third single from her self-titled third studio album Aaliyah, is directed by Dave Meyers. The video is shot just two weeks before she travels to the Bahamas to shoot her last music video, Rock the Boat. Meyers:
Loaded with graphics, the video also includes her signature sexy-cool dance sequences.
The band releases their song, Anybody Seen My Baby, from the album, Bridges To Babylon. Jolie plays the part of a stripper in the video for the song.
The video for 2 Too Many’s single, Where’s The Party? is released. The video shows the band at a party, and is shot in NYC & Philly by Abbott.
The band release the music video for Comin’ On. The video, directed by Beyer, features Statham as a dancer.
The artist releases her song, Papa Don’t Preach, from True Blue.
It just fit right in with my own personal zeitgeist of standing up to male authorities, whether it’s the pope or the Catholic Church or my father and his conservative, patriarchal ways.
Lee Roth releases the music video for Californa Girls. The video features a variety of models who represent the different states. In an interview with Howard Stern, Roth explained that he edited the video while wearing thick skiing goggles which greatly impaired his vision. Each time the editor would increase the red saturation, Roth would tell him to turn it higher, until finally proclaiming, “Now THAT’S red!”
The band release Follow You, Follow Me, from the album …And Then There Were Three. The music is written by Banks, Collins and Rutherford, with lyrics by Rutherford. Collins has described the song as a great rhythm track and claims it was not intended to be a hit single. Banks:
It was our only truly group-written number. Mike played the riff, then I started playing a chord sequence and melody line on it, which Phil then centralized around. It worked so well as a very simple thing; it was enough as it stood. I’d just written a simple love lyric for Many Too Many, and I think Mike was keen to try the same thing. Maybe Follow You Follow Me was almost too banal, but I got used to it. I think we find it much easier to write long stories than simple love songs.
The band releases the video of Robbery, Assault & Battery, from the album A Trick of The Tail. This is the first promotional video the band has made. Collins:
It was actually quite good fun.
The band release the video for Ripples from Trick of the Tail. Hackett:
We never did actually perform Ripples live whilst I was in the band. Ripples I thought was one of the best tracks on Trick of The Tail. I thought it had something interesting about it. Mainly, for the guitar combinations to be honest. The 12-string work, from Mike (Rutherford) and myself, and the thing that sounds like a backwards guitar solo which was played forwards but was a sign of things to come.
The band release the single Trick of the Tail, their first single featuring Collins, and the first to have an accompanying video. Banks wrote the majority of the song in 1972 and it was originally intended for Foxtrot. The lyrics are inspired by the book The Inheritors by William Golding. The video features the band playing around a piano, and appearing in miniature inside the piano. Collins:
Trick of the Tail is probably the most embarrassing video I have ever been in. It was a very small me running up and down a piano. You know when you look back and think, ‘Who told me to do that? whose lapse of taste was that? Was it mine?’ I think it was a mixture of me and the director…and the other guys. Everyone must be blamed.