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Videos of the Day – week of 10/21

10/21 – in honor of their appearance billed as “The Reflektors” tonight on The Colbert Report, here’s the new lyric video for another great Arcade Fire song from their album due out next week…

10/22 – it’s Pearl Jam week on Jimmy Fallon, with cool covers the 1st 3 days & PJ themselves Thurs/Fri.  One week from today, they are in Cville at JPJ!!  Check out last night’s stellar performance of the PJ b-side “Footsteps” by Chris Cornell with The Avett Brothers!

10/23 – the excellent Minneapolis band Polica has a new album out this week…here’s the single, “Chain My Name”

10/24 – Best Coast has a new “mini-album” (7 songs is more than the typical EP, but maybe 8 is the minimum for a true LP?) out this week.  Here’s a new track they recently did on AXS TV

10/25 – Shonna Tucker is the long-time bass player for Drive-By Truckers, striking out on her own with some Athens, GA folks called Eye Candy.  The new album came out last week & here’s the new track!

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