Phoenix singer Thomas Mars called upon the auteur talents of his wife, director Sophia Coppola to take the helm and create this bucolic, dreamlike film of the band performing on a stage in the middle distance.
Some lucky high schoolers were treated to a secret show from the French band, thanks to PBS.
Tonight in New York City: Rock out with Phoenix at Barclays Center, attend opening night at Carnegie Hall, or listen to what actor and monologist Mike Daisey has to say at Joe’s Pub. By Carly Petrone
The latest video offering from Phoenix and La Blogothèque will have A/V students geeking out big time.
Kelly adds his Chi-town swagger to the remix of the French band’s song “Trying To Be Cool” off their album, Bankrupt.
For Lollapalooza’s final night, The Cure wasn’t interested in chitchat. Robert Smith knows that you want him to just shut up and sing, and that’s what he did. Phoenix on the other hand…
With just a brief introduction, courtesy of frontman Thomas Mars (en français, of course), Phoenix kicked off their Live On Letterman performance last night (April 30).
Just a week after the release of their latest album, Bankrupt!, Phoenix is taking the stage for a special Live On Letterman performance.
It’s a tradition as old as the Johnny Carson show: Most nights, since 1966, bands big and small play on the national stage of late night television. Sometimes good things happen, sometimes bad things happen, but the performances are always worth watching. They’re captivating mostly because they offer the raw sound of a live band and the professional video and audio recording of a late night television show.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated, from a critical pop fan’s perspective.