Posts Tagged ‘final fantasy’

August 16, 2016

If you haven’t heard the new Florence + The Machine songs floating about off of the Final Fantasy XV soundtrack, they’re drop dead gorgeous. They make me want to throw my arms out and cavort through the air barefoot, like the free celestial spirit that Florence Welch always seems to be. All three tracks boast plenty of fluttering harp, something I can’t help but gravitate towards. Too Much Is Never Enough is the most popular of the trio so far. Stream the dazzling beauty above. Florence waxes poetic and wistful on the breathtaking baroque pop gem as she tends to do. Also on the soundtrack is an exquisite cover of Ben E King classic Stand By Me and a cinematic twinkling orchestral aria named I Will Be, both of which can be streamed below. The whole bevy of regal splendorous tunes can be purchased as Songs From Final Fantasy XV on iTunes.

OFFICIAL VID: Owen Pallett – The Riverbed

March 1, 2014

I’m nursing a slight hangover and I’m quite tired from last night’s fantastic Broods show at Popscene and tons of dancing, but let’s jump into a few shares, shall we? Canadian musician Owen Pallett’s new video for his single The Riverbed is one cinematic watch. The song itself is an ornate, string filled baoruqe pop tune off his upcoming album In Conflict, out May 13 on Domino.

OFFICIAL VID: Owen Pallett – The Riverbed

March 1, 2014

I’m nursing a slight hangover and I’m quite tired from last night’s fantastic Broods show at Popscene and tons of dancing, but let’s jump into a few shares, shall we? Canadian musician Owen Pallett’s new video for his single The Riverbed is one cinematic watch. The song itself is an ornate, string filled baoruqe pop tune off his upcoming album In Conflict, out May 13 on Domino.

OFFICIAL VID: Dusted – There Somehow

August 29, 2012

Wow, this is great. This is one of those things you appreciate for its rawness, its seemingly open honesty, and its sorrowful beauty. The music video for Dusted’s There Somehow adds similar elements to the song already brimming with those qualities. In the end, the three minutes flew by so fast that it felt far too short. The song is off Dusted’s album Total Dust, and if you missed my previous feature about the duo, the members consist of Holy Fuck’s Brian Borcherdt and Final Fantasy’s Leon Taheny. There’s almost something Bright Eyes like in the vocals on this.