Dead Man’s Bones To Come To Order In October

noah | July 8, 2009 12:30 pm

Dead Man’s Bones, the funeral-attended-by-children outfit also known as “that band Ryan Gosling is in,” will release their self-titled debut album on Oct. 6. In an interview with Pitchfork, Gosling has previously described the group’s aesthetic as being from “that place before we were trying to make the fridge,” i.e. when they were younger, and putting crayons to paper in ways that seemed interesting to them, with the thought of actually impressing adults through renderings of horses and the like far from their minds. After the jump, the clip for “Name In Stone.”

The above video, obviously, is black and white, so presumably it’s from the group’s “getting out the crayons, but in possession of enough pencils to make something” phase. Dead Man’s Bones (Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields) Sign to Anti- [Pitchfork] DEAD MAN’S BONES – “NAME IN STONE” [Vimeo]