Monday, September 29, 2014

The History of Apple Pie shares the Wes Anderson inspired video for "Jamais Vu," new album out this week

Directed by Alistair Redding

This week marks the release of The History of Apple Pie's sophomore album 'Feel Something,' out September 30 via Marshall Teller Records. Today the band shares their video for album standout "Jamais Vu." The video's vibrant color palette and compositional elements were influenced by Jean-Luc Godard's 'Weekend' and Wes Anderson's 'Rushmore.' Check it out over at Nylon Magazine.

The album is available for preorder now on CD / LP / iTunes.

'Feel Something' follows up last year's critically acclaimed 'Out Of View', and features ten brand new tracks. The album was recorded over the last few months at Sublime Studios in London, and like it's predecessor was produced and engineered by the band's guitarist Jerome Watson with additional engineering by Joshua Third of The Horrors 
and Charles Reeves
Formed three years ago, The History Of Apple Pie line up is centered around the songwriting partnership of Stephanie Min (Vocals) and Jerome Watson (Guitar) together with James Thomas (Drums), Aslam Ghauri (Guitar) and new recruit to the band Joanna Curwood (bass).

The History of Apple Pie 
'Feel Something'
(Marshall Teller Records)
Street Date: September 30, 2014
Pre-order on iTunes and CD/LP

1. Come Undone
2. Tame
3. Keep Wondering
4. Special Girl
6. Puzzles
7. Don't You Wanna Be Mine?
8. Ordinary Boy
9. Snowball
10. Just Like This


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