Kasher’s new video; Waxahatchee, Big Al Fest (Bloodcow, Hoshaw) kicks off tonight…

Category: Blog — Tags: , , — @ 12:45 pm April 24, 2014

by Tim McMahan, Lazy-i.com

Tim Kasher yesterday debuted his new self-directed video for track “You Scare Me to Death” on German website Musik Express. Here’s what they had to say about it:

Cursive- und The-Good-Life-Sänger Tim Kasher hat ein neues Musikvideo veröffentlicht, und das erzählt von einer nur scheinbar heilen Welt: Im Clip zum Song “You Scare Me To Death” geht es titelgemäß um nicht weniger als um die Angst, einen geliebten Menschen zu verlieren.

I don’t know what that means, but I bet it’s really  nice.

Check out the video below:

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Couple o’ shows going on tonight:

At The Waiting Room it’s Brooklyn folk project Waxahatchee (Don Giovanni Records / Wichita Recordings) with Carbonleak & Manic Pixie Dream Girls. $12, 9 p.m.

Meanwhile the Big Al Free Music Festival 2014 kicks off at The Hideout, 320 So. 72nd St. Al’s been doing it for free for seven years. The three-night festival starts tonight with a line-up that includes some big hitters: Bloodcow and Brad Hoshaw, among others. Check out the whole lineup on their Facebook page. The show is free (duh) and starts at 8:45.

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1 Comment

  • German translation for you! 🙂

    Cursive and The Good Life singer Tim Kasher has released a new music video, which tells of an only seemingly ideal world: In the clip for the song “You Scare Me To Death”, its title comes no less than from the fear of losing a loved one.

    Comment by Malcolm Jackson — April 25, 2014 @ 6:16 am

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