“I’ve had more to do than I’ve ever had in my life – but you just take it step-by-step and then try not to get overwhelmed. “
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LA-based art-rockers Warpaint have released a double music video for their tracks Disco//Very and Keep It Healthy, both cuts from their self-titled second album which was released earlier this year. Directed by Laban Pheidias and director of photography Sam Muller, the video takes a slow-motion walk down a well-lit grass-lined road, soundtracked by the bouncy
Sydney-based producer Jonti, a Stones Throw signee who’s worked with the likes of Santigold and Big Scary, recently decided to break in his new studio and thought what better way to do so than by enlisting Earl Sweatshirt, King Krule, and members of Jagwar Ma and Warpaint to help out? As reported by Sydney artist
To celebrate the release of their self-titled sophomore album today, LA’s Warpaint have announced a very special Laneway 2014 sideshow date to be held in a secret location in Sydney. The show is set to take place in an “eerie yet beautiful” location, somewhere in the inner western suburbs of Sydney on Wednesday, 5th February,
It’s been over three years since brooding LA art-rockers Warpaint blessed us with their stunning debut album The Fool. An auspicious and emphatic statement, that album proved that this was a band set on doing things right, and their self-titled second album only reinforces that creative integrity. Warpaint have harnessed enough big names and enough
American indie-rock quartet Warpaint have unveiled a teaser trailer for their upcoming, Chris Cunningham-directed documentary Love Is To Die, featuring a 30-second snippet of the song of the same name. The band recently debuted the song live. The song had its mainstream debut in an ad for fashion label Calvin Klein last week and the
The four ladies of Warpaint toured Australia earlier this year as part of the Laneway festivals along with a series of sold out shows in intimate venues. Many missed out on seeing the much hyped band, who appear to have sprung from nowhere to international accolades from all the right people and social media outlets.