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video: Fear of Men – Trauma
Fear of Men's Fall Forever artwork is brought to life by directors Eleanor Hardwick + Sam Boullier in the band's new video for "Trauma". Fall Forever is out June 3 on Kanine:
Fear of Men – Trauma
Fear Of Men share another intensely cathartic track from their beautiful new record Fall Forever: the group's Jessica Weiss says the billowing, emotional empowerment anthem "Trauma" is "about the difficult relationship between feeling completely violated and feeling p…
video premiere: Beverly - Victoria
Psyched to premiere the glowing, dream-like Jacob Graham-directed visuals for Beverly's achingly beautiful new single "Victoria", which was co-written by Kip Berman of The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. Beverly's Drew Citron tells us over email:
The video was inspired by o…
video: Fear of Men – America
New video from Fear of Men, featuring footage they shot on their recent U.S. tour, edited by the band's own Daniel Falvey. "America" is taken from Loom, one of the best debut full-lengths of all of 2014.
premiere: Beverly – You Can’t Get It Right

Here's another brightly buzzing, instantly hummable new jam from Drew Citron + Frankie Rose's new group/dream-team Beverly, taken from their excellent debut LP Careers, out July 1 on Kanine. Just in time for those glorious, sunny harmonies to soundtrack your summer vacation:
Fear Of Men – Descent

Brighton's Fear Of Men unveil a third achingly beautiful glimpse into their long-awaited proper debut full-length (and a contender for our favorite record of the 2014 so far). Loom is officially out April 22 on Kanine, but we recommend copping the limited deluxe vinyl edition on Record Store Day:
Fear of Men – Outrun Me
"Outrun Me" is the Kafka-inspired b-side from Fear of Men's Luna 5" flexi-disc / 20-page zine, out April 7 on Art is Hard. The UK group's excellent new full-length Loom is also out next month on Kanine.
premiere: Beverly – Honey Do
We are psyched to introduce Beverly, the new project from Drew Citron + Frankie Rose that is currently re-sparking our love of infectious, sweetly buzzing pop melodies, heavenly girl-group harmonies, and, incidentally, expired Polaroid film...

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