Friday, August 19, 2011

Watch: Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks' "No One Is (As I Are Be)" Official Video... On The New York Times

Image via Matablog
Pretty sure we're setting some kind of record for Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks posts this month... but Malkmus rules and their new record, Mirror Traffic (out on 8/23), is great, so they can announce pretty much any news they want and we'll share it. Which is why we're happy to report, via Matablog, that the band has exclusively premiered the new video for confusingly-named Mirror Traffic cut "No One Is (As I Are Be)" on none other than The New York Times.

The video is accompanied by a quickie article from the NYT's David Itzkoff and sees the seemingly ageless Malkmus chilling with his acoustic guitar in front of a screen on which vintage sports footage is being projected, ending with him playing around in a field with some kids (a couple of which are his own). It's all pretty relaxing. Check it out over there, and be sure to get in line early when Malkmus comes to town to play a couple of our favorite record stores next Thursday (8/25). 


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