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video by Jessica Amaya, Albert Amaya, David Andrako and Chris La Putt; photos by Wei Shi

Savoir Adore @ The Echo, 8/7/2013
Savoir Adore - The Echo, LA - August 7th, 2013

Savoir Adore are currently on the West Coast, having played LA's The Echo on Wednesday (8/7) with Only You and Fever the Ghost, and pictures from that show are in this post. Tonight (8/9), they're playing a show at EVNTLive HQ which will be broadcast live at 3 PM CDT (6 PM NYC time). The band will be back on the East Coast for shows next month, including their biggest headlining NYC show to date at Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 21. Tickets are still available.

Meanwhile, Savoir Adore are the fifth band to appear in our BV Studio Sessions recorded at Butler Recording in Bushwick. The band decked themselves out in white and performed "Dreamers" from Our Nature, plus "Beating Hearts" (which was added to the LP's reissue on Nettwerk) and a cover of Prince's "I Would Die 4 U." Big thanks to Jessica and Albert Amaya, Chris La Putt, and David Andrako for the great video. You can check out the footage at the bottom of this post.

If you're just now hearing about these,  Ski Lodge was our first BV Studio SessionField Mouse was the second,  Ex Cops was the third, and Noun the fourth.

If you need more to watch, the band just released the video for "Regalia." That video, plus the BV Studio Sessions, more pics from The Echo and Savoir Adore's tour schedule, are below.

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Rachel w/ Sleepy Sun at ATP NY 2010 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
Rachel Fannan

Rachel Fannan, formerly of Sleepy Sun and of her Birds Fled From Me project, has another project called Only You, which she just released the new single, "Applying Myself" b/w "Love Is Making Me Tired," via White Iris. The a-side, which you can watch the video for below, is a punchy tune that hearkens back to '60s pop rock and Rachel's voice is the right one for the task. If you like what you hear, you can pick up the vinyl at the White Iris webstore or get the single digitially via iTunes.

Video is below.

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