Matt And Kim // Daylight - video dailymotion
Matt and Kim - Grand - stirim.info Music. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. .. Daylight Outro (Remix ) . This band is great, they are easy to listen to and their art on their cover is. "Daylight" is a song by American indie pop duo Matt and Kim. It was the first single from their second studio album Grand. The duo performed this song on. That's how Matt Johnson of Matt and Kim describes the eponymous indie the song's chorus, “In the daylight, anywhere feels like home,” was a maxim Johnson says it's also their most personal album to date; they wrote it.
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They also engaged in a two-month nationwide tour from September to November. They released their third studio album, Sidewalksin November on the Fader Label. This was the duo's first album to not be self-produced.
Instead, Ben Allen, who had previously produced albums for Gnarls Barkley and Animal Collectivewas one of the co-producers. When comparing the budget for the "Cameras" video against the one for "Lessons Learned," Johnson noted, "We spent 10 times as much money to make this happen. The duo released their fourth studio album, Lightningon the Fader Label in October They premiered the lead single from the album, "Get It," with an accompanying lyric video in January The band toured extensively upon the release of New Glow, commencing with a U.
More US and Canadian festivals followed throughout the summer. They returned to the UK for an arena tour supporting Fall Out Boy, including two nights at Wembley Arena and finished out the year in the US doing festivals, college shows and radio events. The band performed at Coachella as a main stage highlight in April The release will coincide with a 2-month North American tour.
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It was the lowest ticket price they've ever done at Bowery Ballroom. What do you attribute your longevity to? I find that sometimes bands decide what it would take for them to be successful.
Say, like, "We gotta win a Grammy. That's when we're successful. It's like how rarely does that happen for a band? So, you're spending your entire career failing, if that's your beacon of success. But, if you're like me and Kim, you're just happy every time you come back to town and there are a few more people there. Or you're happy every time you put out a song and people seem excited about it.
Then you're just constantly a success. Every day you get to celebrate. What was the first one you ever had? Coming from a punk background and, especially, growing up and listening to punk music, it was such a concern.
It happened and it was fine. But we were nervous about it.
Then, the next one that came was a Bacardi commercial with " Daylight. I'm sure it could be looked up online. It didn't have any talking over our song. It was just this beautiful commercial of people dancing through different eras.
A Q & A with Matt and Kim’s Matt Johnson
It was as much a Matt and Kim commercial as it was a Bacardi commercial. I still remember at that moment being like, "Hopefully, not a lot of people will see it and we'll just get this great check. When I was working freelance film jobs, at the beginning of this band, it would have taken me literally a year to make that much.
It broke it in the good way. Broke us to the public. The money was nothing in comparison to the exposure and how many people learned about our band through that commercial. It was one of the best things that ever happened to our band.
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It totally changed my perspective on working with brands in advertising. Especially being [a] band that [was] not on a lot of radio stations, the exposure was incredible.
All the feedback was positive. Maybe, at that point, [for] the people who are so concerned about what was the newest coolest thing—we were not that anymore.
We were too aboveground anyway. I don't remember any hate coming off that. For a younger artist, who's maybe a bit wary of syncs or is maybe open to the idea but doesn't know what to do, what advice do you have?
It does have to fit in your brand. We've never done fast food or tobacco. There's a couple things we don't mess with.
So, I think you have to look at your brand and where it makes sense.Matt and Kim Daylight Cover
Sorry to use the term brand too many times here. My outlook is—speaking of having the lowest ticket price—even now we still try to keep our ticket prices affordable.