We're honored to premiere the video for the achingly beautiful and poignant new single from Meg Duffy, aka Hand Habits, taken from their stellar forthcoming LP placeholder, coming soon on Saddle Creek. Directed + edited by Vanessa Haddad, the vid stars Meg as a vampire who ponders the painfully real possibility that we're all cursed with certain deep-seated familial patterns that we'll never be ab
Hand Habits shares the video for the title track from their forthcoming LP Placeholder, coming in March on Saddle Creek. Directed by Madeline Kenney. Listen/watch below, and pre-order the record on limited olive green and clear color-in-color vinyl here.
A beautifully melancholy "visual exploration of identity, youth and place set in a small town in the Eastern Sierras" by director Chantal Anderson, set to Hand Habits' "Book on How to Change", taken from one of our favorite albums of 2017:
Wildly Idle, the warmly enveloping new album from Meg Duffy, aka Hand Habits, is out tomorrow on Woodsist. Today, she shares the video for one of the record's prettiest, most achingly wistful tracks, starring Duffy herself in a house with mysterious figures with fabric-draped faces, framed by soft-focus shots that lend the vid a gauzy, dream-like quality that suits the song nicely...