We've already had a few promising glimpses into Soft Hate, the wonderful new album from Canadian duo Memoryhouse, and now you can stream the record in its entirety complete with beautiful accompanying visuals, featuring cinematography by Samantha Cardow and Memoryhouse's Evan Abeele...
Canadian duo Memoryhouse unveil another dreamy gem from their forthcoming sophomore LP Soft Hate. Pre-order the record on limited gold cassette, along with a limited photobook by Memoryhouse vocalist and photographer Denise Nouvion, here.
Memoryhouse drop a video for the beautiful and stormy second single from their forthcoming sophomore LP Soft Hate. Directed by Samantha Cardow + the band's own Denise Nouvion. Soft Hate pre-order available starting next week here.
Here's another preview from Memoryhouse's forthcoming sophomore album Soft Hate, which is set to drop sometime early next year. Listen to the brooding "Arizona" below, and check out an animated clip for a dreamy little song that the group contributed to an episode of Yo Gabba Gabba that my kids have watched approximately 12 times since it debuted a couple weeks ago, and it never dawned o
"Maybe it’s not too late, to learn how to celebrate…"
As much as we certainly appreciate and enjoy a well-done emoji video, we're glad Memoryhouse gave this one the lovely IRL visuals it deserves. Directed by Samantha Cardow and the band's own Denise Nouvion, the vid nicely complements the group's gorgeous new single's wistful but ultimately hopeful vibes of bittersweet nostalgia, with N
Memoryhouse shares a sweet emoji-filled "lyric video" for "Dream Shake" (not an Hakeem Olajuwon reference, as far as I can tell), the dreamily wistful lead single from the duo's forthcoming LP Soft Hate.