In July, Brooklyn indie-popsmiths Bishop Allen will trot across Europe on a handful of festival dates. So, young people on your soul-searching backpack journey across Europe, let Bishop Allen be your guiding star. Check out all the dates HERE.
Bishop Allen was recently captured on video at Philadelphia’s Unitarian Church in a performance Grrr… cut “Cue The Elephants.” Check out the video by going HERE.
They say you know a song is strong when it can be stripped down to its most simple skeleton and still stand on its own. Recently, BISHOP ALLEN proved the strength of their pop writing chops with only voice, ukulele and melodica in a teeny French bathroom for France’s Ukulele Sessions, for which they performed tunes from past albums Broken String and Charm School. The band upcoming dates at both Sasquatch Music Festival and North Side Fest. Check out all upcoming Bishop Allen dates HERE.
Currently on a tour visiting our cousins across the pond in support of their latest pop spectacle Grrr…, BISHOP ALLEN have been getting some love from BBC radio. Last week, the band did a session with BBC’s 6Music, performing tunes from both Dead Oceans releases.
Go HERE to listen to the program.
And go HERE to see a full list of Bishop Allen live dates.
When BISHOP ALLEN’S Justin Rice and Christian Rudder aren’t pumping out pop gems like the band’s latest album Grrr…, the two moonlight as (modestly great) actors in some wonderful indie films. Most recently, Justin co-stars in “Alexander The Last,” the latest film from director Joe Swanberg (Hannah Takes the Stairs).
“Alexander The Last” was produced by Noah Baumbach and centers on the ups and downs of a young marriage. Read a great article on Swanberg and the film from Indie Wire HERE.
IFC Films and the SXSW Film Festival will premiere the film on Saturday, March 14.
Visit the film’s Web site HERE and check out the trailer for “Alexander The Last” below.
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