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Posted: November 14, 2014
New York band Interpol recently released a new video for “My Desire,” which appears on fifth studio album El Pintor.
Directed by Markus Lundqvist, the band is seen playing in a dimly lit bar as a man drinks his sorrows away while flipping through photos of a woman.
Posted: August 21, 2014
U.K. rockers Young Guns have dropped a new music video for the upbeat and anthemic “I Want Out,” which is the lead single off their upcoming album expected in early 2015.
The song shot straight to No.1 on the iTunes Rock chart on the day of release and remains at the top of the iTunes Viral 50.
The clip below features the band performing in front of various psychedelic, rapidly changing backdrops. What’s more, both guitarists just happen to be rocking Gretsch guitars — the G6139CB Falcon™ Center-Block Single Cutaway and the 6139T-CBDC Falcon™ Center-Block Double Cutaway.
Posted: February 12, 2014
After originally premiering a sixty second clip of their song “Invisible” during the Super Bowl, U2 has now unveiled the full video.
Directed by Mark Romanek, the black and white clip was shot over a three day period in January at an airport hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.
U2 launched a partnership with (RED) and Bank of America during Super Bowl Sunday by offering “Invisible” as a free download for 36 hours. Bank of America donated $1 for each download, raising $3 million to support The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. All proceeds from the song on iTunes continue to go to (RED) for the Global Fund.
Produced by Danger Mouse, “Invisible” is due on U2′s forthcoming 13th studio album.
Posted: January 19, 2013
The Cult’s Billy Duffy recently sat down to break down his signature Gretsch White Falcon, noting several of the features of this majestic guitar.
Watch the interview below and visit the Cult’s official website for more information.
Posted: January 31, 2012
OK Go’s latest music video, “Needing/Getting,” is set to premiere this weekend on Super Bowl Sunday and from the teaser below, it appears it’s going to be yet another viral sensation. Filmed with Chevy, the video teaser reveals that 288 instruments were used in its making. Specifically, 148 black Gretsch G5105 Electromatic CVT III guitars and 140 red Gretsch G5103 Electromatic CVT III guitars were used in the video, as well as 67 Gretsch G5222 Electromatic Compact amps.
So enjoy the trailer below, and then tune in Sunday for the full video. If you happen to miss the big game, the video will also air afterwards on http://www.LetsDoThis.com.