Get the Latest from Wooden Sky, Odd Future, the Coppertone and More in Our Click Hear Roundup
Published Feb 27, 2012Kick-start your week with the best new videos, tracks and album streams at Exclaim!'s Click Hear section. Here's just a handful of our recent highlights.
First off, Toronto alt-country troubadours the Wooden Sky unveiled their third LP, Every Child a Daughter, Every Moon a Sun, while multi-instrumentalist Jon Epworth returns with a new moniker and full-length solo effort, Failure Epics. Both albums officially drop tomorrow (February 28), but you can hear them in full right now at Exclaim.ca.
As for videos, it's all penis lasers and coked-up centaurs in Odd Future's OF Tape Vol. 2 cut "Rella," and the man formerly known as Mos Def, Yasiin Bey, revealed the visuals for his politically charged Watch the Throne rework, "Niggas in Poorest."
Finally, singer-songwriter Amanda Zelina (aka the Coppertone) took us on tour in her new video for Hymns for the Hollow track "Black Water," and BC folkster Joshua Hyslop jammed out on the West Coast with "Nowhere Left to Go," a new clip from last year's Cold Wind EP.
Be sure to check out these, as well as many more, streams, downloads and videos, at our Click Hear section.