See all 100+ Love Drunk videos in one timeline dating back to the live, one-take video project's beginning. It's a culturally important archive of Nebraska music and national bands we love.
In Love Drunk's 111th session, Field Club performs "Men In Trees," at Q3 Systems.
In Love Drunk's 110th session, Dan McCarthy of McCarthy Trenching performs "29," in his Dundee-area living room.
In Love Drunk's 107th session, Faerie Tones (Omaha, Neb.) performs "Tom Swifty," a harmony-, ukulele- and Slinky-driven narrative about Tom's culinary expertise and other character traits.
In a dusty old barn on a farm near Denton, Neb., which serves as a sort of adopted home for the band, Kill County performs a song about the loss of home.
In Love Drunk's 100th session, UUVVWWZ plays "No Apart" from within Mayor Chris Beutler's office in Lincoln, Neb. Let's just say there's a drummer looking for a band, and it's not Dave Ozinga.
Captured live at the Fort Collins band's Aug. 20 show at Slowdown, this song was Springsteen-themed conceived during a "good old fashioned day drunk."
The last of 18 videos from the 2012 Love Drunk Tour features the St. Louis band Sleepy Kitty tearing through the pages of "Miss Manners."
Lock your feet down to a spot on the floor that isn't beer-slick and sharpen your elbows: Here's Criteria performing the first track from their debut album at The Waiting Room's fifth-anniversary concert.
St. Louis' Cassie Morgan performs a soft, sweet song in her backyard on the final night of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.