Posted in movies | music | tour dates on March 16, 2011

Win Win

To quote Birds Need Feet...

"The National have recorded a song for the soundtrack of the upcoming Tom McCarthy-directed film Win Win which will see its proper US release on March 25. The song is called "Think You Can Wait" will play over the credits of the film, and it's a beautiful mellow track featuring backing vocals from Sharon Van Etten. The track was recorded at the recording studio of Aaron Dessner, guitarist of The National, and was produced by Peter Kadis who co-produced the band's 2007 album Boxer."
You can listen to the song below, and you can see Sharon Van Etten TONIGHT (3/16) at the BrooklynVegan official SXSW showcase (if you happen to be in Austin). Her other dates (like Hollywood Bowl with the National & Neko Case, and Music Hall of Williamsburg with Little Scream who plays our Austin day party this Saturday) are down there too...

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The National - "Think You Can Wait"

Sharon Van Etten - 2011 Tour Dates
March 16, 2011: SXSW: KUT-FM Live Broadcast @ Hilton Lobby : Austin, Texas
March 16, 2011 : SXSW: Brooklyn Vegan Showcase @ Swan Dive : Austin, Texas
March 17, 2011 : SXSW: Other Music Party @ French Legation : Austin, Texas
March 18, 2011 : SXSW: The Onion A.V. Club Party @ Mohawk : Austin, Texas
March 19, 2011 : SXSW: Red Ryder Showcase @ Central Presbyterian Church : Austin, Texas
March 22, 2011 : Solar Culture : Tucson, Arizona
March 23, 2011 : Rhythm Room : Phoenix, Arizona -
March 24, 2011 : Soda Bar : San Diego, California -
March 25, 2011 : The Satellite : Los Angeles, California -
March 26, 2011 : Detroit Bar : Costa Mesa, California -
March 27, 2011 : Bottom of the Hill : San Francisco, California -
March 29, 2011 : The Media Club : Vancouver, - Canada
March 30, 2011 : Doug Fir : Portland, Oregon -
April 1, 2011 : Neurolux : Boise, Idaho -
April 2, 2011 : State Room : Salt Lake City, Utah -
April 3, 2011 : Walnut Room : Denver, Colorado -
April 4, 2011 : Slowdown : Omaha, Nebraska -
April 6, 2011 : Cedar Cultural Center : Minneapolis, Minnesota -
April 7, 2011 : Pabst Theater : Milwaukee, Wisconsin
April 8, 2011 : University of Wisconsin : Madison, Wisconsin
April 9, 2011 : Lincoln Hall : Chicago, Illinois -
April 10, 2011 : Beachland Tavern : Cleveland, Ohio -
April 12, 2011 : Drake Hotel Underground : Toronto, - Canada
April 13, 2011 : Casa del Popolo : Montreal, - Canada
April 14, 2011 : Brighton Music Hall : Boston, Massachusetts -
April 15, 2011 : Iron Horse Pub : Northampton, Massachusetts -
April 16, 2011 : Music Hall of Williamsburg : Brooklyn, New York -
April 17, 2011 : Red Palace : Washington, District Of Columbia -
April 28, 2011 : Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead w/ Iron & Wine : Munhall, Pennsylvania
April 29, 2011 : House of Blues w/ Iron & Wine : Cleveland, Ohio
May 13, 2011 : Music Now Festival at Memorial Hill w/ Sharaon Worden and yMusic : Cincinnati, Ohio
May 28, 2011 : Sasquatch : George, Washington
June 9, 2011 : Bonnaroo : Manchester, Tennessee
September 11, 2011 : Hollywood Bowl w/The National, Neko Case : Los Angeles, California

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Comments (23)

Little Scream dropped a few dates w/ Sharon. The MHoW show will have She Keeps Bees and Megafaun as openers.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 12:09 PM

The National, Van Etten and Giamatti?!??! My little indie heart can barely contain itself!!!!

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 12:18 PM

Fox Searchlight is soooooo indie

Posted by c'mon, people now | March 16, 2011 12:22 PM

boring.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 12:26 PM

Jacuzzi Boys!

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 12:43 PM

isn't it peter katis? he's also produced like all their records.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 1:04 PM

Filmed in my hometown New Providence NJ !
Eat it hipsters !!

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 1:52 PM

first hummus jokes, now jacuzzi boys.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 2:24 PM

Jacuzzi boys might be one of the worst bands I've heard in the longest time.

How hipsters can listen to this is beyond imaginable.....

Get a life dude.

Posted by Hey dumb hipster | March 16, 2011 2:26 PM

I must say, the Mumford and Sons love was better than all of this Jacuzzi Boys bullshit.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 2:32 PM

jacuzzi boys, best swsx band, best hummus eatin bithces, fuck i love fuck fuck!

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 2:37 PM

Anon 2:37pm....you need to get a girlfriend my friend instead of trying to annoy BV readers with your stupidity comments.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 2:47 PM

@12:18 Don't forget Jeffrey Tambor

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 2:48 PM

jesus what happened to The National? they used to be exciting and dynamic, now they sound flat and boring.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 3:19 PM

3:19-they always sucked

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 4:03 PM

Bread is a good band.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 4:09 PM

4:03 Alligator is an amazing album with a heft of emotional range. Boxer, while more restrained, still has swagger and gravity. HV was a real letdown IMHO and this song sounds like a song that didn't make the cut on a weak album.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 4:30 PM

flat and boring is the new exciting and dynamic.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 4:32 PM

sosyerface

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 4:35 PM

is charlie sheen in this movie?

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 10:03 PM

NEW PROVIDENCE FUUCK YEEEEEEAH

actually I grew up 10 minutes from there. will see this movie for nostalgia purposes.

Posted by Anonymous | March 16, 2011 11:17 PM

Suuuch a sick movie!

http://romioblog.com/

Posted by Romio | March 16, 2011 11:56 PM

is charlie sheen in this movie?

Yes it was going to be called Winning Winning.

Posted by Anonymous | March 17, 2011 12:06 AM

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