Music Video: Nap Eyes – ‘Roll It’

Music Video: Nap Eyes – ‘Roll It’

May 10, 2017 | Posted in: Blog, Nap Eyes, News 0

Maybe you’ve been wondering what ever happened to puppet Nap Eyes? Had Nigel poisoned his friends with his green science potion? And what about when he drank the potion himself? Was he able to transcend his dimensional bounds? Maybe you yourself have experimented with science, or drugs? Maybe you’ve let your own puppet spirit run wild through quiet neighbourhoods at dusk looking for an angry fix, or a starry dynamo, or a conveniently located fresh baked pie?

Maybe you don’t know what I’m talking about and should watch the Nap Eyes official video for ‘Click Clack’:

and then the brand new EXCITING CONCLUSION in ‘Roll It’:

Maybe you should catch Nap Eyes on tour this June with Car Seat Headrest:
June 1 – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC*
June 2 – Webster Hall, New York, NY*
June 4 – Jefferson Theatre, Charlottesville, VA*
June 5 – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC*
June 7 – Orange Peel, Asheville, NC*
June 8 – Headliners, Lexington, KY*
June 9 – The Blockhouse, Bloomington, IN
June 10 – Green Music Fest, Chicago, IL
June 11 – The Rondo, Windsor, ON
June 12 – Call The Office, London, ON
June 13 – Pressed, Ottawa, ON
*w Car Seat Headrest

Click Clack and Roll It are part of the Thought Rock Fish Scale album, conveniently available on LP, CD, and Digital formats.

YCR 5th Anniversary Concert Film

YCR 5th Anniversary Concert Film

December 29, 2014 | Posted in: News, YCTV 0

YCR had a pretty rad year in 2014, with new music from Marine Dreams and The Weather Station, the release of Community Theatre, our collaborative super-group project with Headless Owl Records, and the reissue of The Constantines’ Shine A Light.

We also celebrated our 5th anniversary with a couple of concerts featuring as many of our pals and collaborators as we could muster, our hearts full of song and good cheer. Huge thanks are due to Colin Medley for documenting the happenings May 22nd at The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto, Ontario, Canada,  in this live concert film featuring performances from Richard Laviolette, Baby Eagle, Marine Dreams, The Weather Station, Daniel Romano and the Trilliums, and Shotgun Jimmie.  It was a good night.

Truly, truly, thank you for listening and supporting the music. Lots more to come in 2015!

You’ve Changed Records Fifth Anniversary Concert from Colin Medley on Vimeo.

Directed and edited by Colin Medley
Shot by Ilse Kramer, Colin Medley, and Graeme Phillips
Performances mixed by Stew Crooks

Polaris Prize Longlist

June 20, 2011 | Posted in: Daniel Romano, News, Shotgun Jimmie 0

Congratulations to Shotgun Jimmie and Daniel Romano – Transistor Sister and Sleep Beneath the Willow have been named to the 2011 Polaris Prize long list! And also to our good pals Frederick Squire (of Daniel, Fred, and Julie) and the Luyas for their nominations. We couldn’t be any happier, and have got all available fingers crossed for an invite to the party – because we like parties.

You’ve Changed Records

You’ve Changed Records

March 6, 2009 | Posted in: Attack in Black, Baby Eagle, News, Shotgun Jimmie 0

Hey everyone.Whoever you are. If you are anyone at all. Just kidding.

This is the brand new You’ve Changed Records website. The idea is to make this place a site you can go to on a cold night alone at home and to read hopeful news about your favourite bands. We’re sitting in our cold apartments in Montreal, and gettin our guitars fixed in Welland, walkee-talkee-ing back and forth all day, trying to make our dreams come true. Taking turns working shifts at the record store.

We’ve got a very exciting spring to think about, and wanted to share the reasons for excitement, with you, dear reader. First of all, we are to be releasing two very special records. On March 10th, Shotgun Jimmie‘s future classic Still Jimmie will be in stores across the nation. People of Canada, rejoice for this one. Jim will be going on tour with Attack in Black in the U.S. and Canada to follow up that release.

Then, on April 14th, we’ll be releasing a split album of Attack in Black and Baby Eagle playing each others’ songs. It’s great. You guys have no idea!

Hope you all are keepin’ warm.
-YC