Bat For Lashes

The Drop: Your Guide To New Music Friday Featuring Joji & Shura

Your cheat sheet to the week’s new releases. More »

The Drop: Your Guide To New Music Friday Featuring Bat For Lashes, Jon Bellion & Garbage

Your cheat sheet for the week’s new releases. More »

Bat For Lashes Brings ‘The Bride’ To L.A.’s Immanuel Presbyterian Church

A spiritual experience. More »

Coachella 2016, Day 2: Guns N’ Roses, Kesha & N.W.A. (18 Pics)

Day 2 in pictures. More »

Coachella 2016: 15 Unmissable Artists

Your guide to Coachella’s pop players. More »

The Drop: Your Guide To Friday’s New Releases (Including Bat For Lashes, MKTO, Rostam, Birdy & Gazzo)

A cheat sheet for pop fans. More »

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The Mercury Prize Honors Most (But Not All) Of The Best British Albums Of The Past 12 Months

twosunsBat For Lashes’ Two Suns, Florence & The Machine’s Lungs, and the self-titled debuts from Glasvegas and La Roux are among the nominees for the Barclaycard Mercury Prize, awarded annually to the best album from the United Kingdom or Ireland. While there are some glaring omissions as always (um, Micachu?????), digging around for videos by the nominees revealed a couple of new-to-me acts—the hip-hop artist Speech Debelle, the experimental jazz outfit Led Bib—who proved intriguing on first listen. The nominees, and representative videos, after the jump. More »

Natasha Khan Stages Her Own High School Musical

The video for Bat For Lashes’ disco-ish “Pearl’s Dream” is a charmingly ramshackle affair, with Natasha Khan recreating the alternate solar system she normally inhabits on the stage of a small auditorium. She’s confronted by a blonde, shoulder-feather-free version of herself sitting in the audience, but manages to prevail over her less plumaged persona thanks to a very irritable wolf–and a pyro budget that was just big enough. [MySpace via ONTD] More »

Bat For Lashes Creep Toward The Pop Life

Our look at the closing lines of the week’s biggest new-music reviews continues with a roundup of reactions to Two Suns, the second album by Bat For Lashes, which comes out in the U.S. today:

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