Posted in music on February 4, 2014

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Welsh band Los Campesinos! were recently in NYC playing one of a handful of U.S. shows in support of new album No Blues. While they were here, the band made time to perform the ninth installment of our BV Studio Sessions recorded at Grand Street Recording in Brooklyn. They played "Cemetery Gaits" and "What Death Leaves Behind," both from new album. Check it out:

Big thanks to Jessica Amaya, Albert Amaya for making this look (and sound) great. Much appreciation to Chris La Putt as always.

Los Campesinos! don't have any tour dates coming up, but if you haven't checked out No Blues you can listen via Rdio. More info on their BV Studio Session, as well as links to all the other episodes in the series, below..

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Los Campesinos! performing:
Cemetery Gaits
What Death Leaves Behind

The band:
Gareth Campesinos! - Vocals, Tambourine
Neil Campesinos! - Vocals, Guitar
Tom Campesinos! - Vocals, Guitar
Kim Campesinos! - Vocals, Keyboard
Rob "Sparky Deathcap" Campesinos! - Vocals, Keyboard
Jason Campesinos! - Drums
Matt Campesinos!

Shot by:
Jessica Amaya
Alberto Amaya

Sound recording by Jake Lummus
Mixed by Alberto Amaya
Recorded at Grand Street Recording

Other BV Studio Sessions:

Ski Lodge
Field Mouse
Ex Cops
Noun
Savoir Adore
Eleanor Friedberger
Mutual Benefit
Hospitality

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Comments (7)

HUMMUS

Posted by Anonymous | February 4, 2014 1:07 PM

nothing can make this cool

Posted by Anonymous | February 4, 2014 1:29 PM

Awful

Posted by Anonymous | February 4, 2014 1:41 PM

terrible band

Posted by Anonymous | February 4, 2014 2:34 PM

Perchance can we download the audio?

Posted by Ryan Stayton | February 4, 2014 4:47 PM

My door brought me here, I opened it and went online

Posted by Niles | February 11, 2014 2:52 AM

I was going to yell, and curse, but then I realized this comment really just made me sad, because I realized that you didn't get it. He's not a good singer, but that's not the point. Everything he sings is imbued with passion and he really means what he's singing, and it's the not-quite-there-ness of his voice that hammers this home.

Posted by Nia | November 4, 2014 10:54 AM

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