Gospel Music, the side project by Owen Holmes of Black Kids, is out with the video to his new single ‘Automobile’, featuring Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell. The song is off the indie pop artist’s EP ‘duettes’, out November 29th on Fierce Panda. Watch it via Vimeo below.
Camera Obscura updated fans on their blog at MySpace (@cameraobscuraband) after earlier announcing a pair of shows were canceled due to a death in bassist Gavin Dunbar’s family. The Scottish indie pop group write:
Wanted to let you know that the rest of the US tour is going ahead as planned. Sadly Gav has had to return to the UK because of a death in the family. Our thoughts, love and sympathy are with him. Thanks for all your good wishes over the last few days and apologies to those who were intending to see us at Alabama and Georgia. Tickets will be refundable but we hope to reschedule the shows for later in the year.
Camera Obscura checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace (@cameraobscuraband) on Wednesday (June 17). The Scottish indie pop group write:
Hi, we’re very sorry about this but I’m afraid we’ve had to cancel the shows in Birmingham, Alabama and Atlanta, Georgia which were to take place in the next few days due to some upsetting personal circumstances. Sincere apologies to those that are disappointed by this. We’ll give you further information when we have it.
Camera Obscura are out with the music video to their new single ‘French Navy’, the first release of the Glasgow, Scotland indie pop act’s fourth album ‘My Maudlin Career’, out April 20th via 4AD. Watch the Blair Young directed video via YouTube below.
Carey Lander of Camera Obscura checked in with fans on the Glasgow indie pop group’s blog at MySpace (@cameraobscuraband) on Wednesday (January 21), revealing that they’re on a new label. Lander tells readers:
We would like to share with you that we are now signed to somewhat smashing record label 4AD. We are understandably excited about this but will endeavor not to reflect this in our facial expressions so as not to cause unnecessary alarm.
We’d like to thank Merge and Elefant who have been our main labels for the past few years and have been lovely and excellent. We are most grateful for all their hard work and for their being good people.
There is lots of work going on behind the scenes and we will soon be telling you when the new album is coming out and when we are going to play some shows and all sorts.