Saturday Spins: Andrew Johnston, Diplo, Metronomy, Chelsea Wolfe, Thus:Owls

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Chelsea Wolfe
 

EXCLUSIVE: Andrew Johnston, “Living in the Free World”

 
Montreal singer-songwriter Andrew Johnston has announced plans to put out a record, Brace for Impact, as a series of digital singles and EPs, culminating in the full album release in June. The first installment is “Living in the Free World,” launching on Feb. 18 as part of Johnston’s monthly residency at Bistro de Paris (4536 St-Denis), where free downloads will be available. Feel good about the city we live in as you watch this video:
 

 

Metronomy, “Love Letters”

 
Michel Gondry directed the video for the title track of U.K. band Metronomy’s forthcoming album, out March 10, and that’s reason enough to give it a look. Also, it’s pretty genius.
 

 

Chelsea Wolfe, “Feral Eyes”

 
From Chelsea Wolfe’s latest album, Pain Is Beauty, this song will sound familiar if you’ve watched the trailer for the next  season of Game of Thrones. Watch the crazy werewolf video, directed by Mark Pellington, here:
 

 

Diplo, “Biggie Bounce”

 
A track from Diplo’s Revolution EP gets a video, wherein he, Gerogia rappers Travis Porter and Indonesia DJ/producer Angger Dimas head to a Southern bingo bar with a team of twerkers.
 

 

Thus:Owls, “As Long As We Try a Little”

 
And on an entirely different note, a track by Montreal’s Thus:Owls that appeared on Saturday Spins last month now has a music video, directed by Suuns bassist Joseph Yarmush. The band’s next album, Turning Rocks, will be released by Secret City on April 8. Have a taste:
 

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