On Day 10 of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour, the crew piled out of a van and caught this Wilmington, Del., band performing an uplifting indie-folk song amid the Delaware Marathon.
A Philly band with Omaha connections performs a true-crime, space-age, hallucinogen-inspired song on Day 9 of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour.
The four-piece rock band chain smoked and rocked the dust off an attic of a creepy barn in New Paltz, NY, on Day 8 of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.
In a colorful, flower-power attic in Boston, Pretty & Nice performs a catchy, poppy rocker on Day 7 of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.
Annie Clark, aka St. Vincent, is lasting past the first album craze and proved her staying power at Slowdown on Monday night.
On Day 6 of the Love Drunk Video Tour, we find Yep Roc band Jukebox the Ghost playing their new single in the Tribes Gallery art space in New York's East Village.
On Day 5 of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour, we shoot Donora playing a dance-rock song in a basement in Gibsonia, Pa.
The Michigan folk band performs a previously unreleased song in an attic in Ann Arbor's Kerrytown neighborhood on day four of the 2012 Love Drunk Video Tour.
Frontier Ruckus' musical geekery adds a rustic feel to an epic melody. Hear a banjo- and singing saw-filled take on the classic video game tunes.
The Lawrence Arms frontman debuts a new song in the heart of Wrigleyville, right after the Cubs squeak one out against the Dodgers, on day three of the 2012 Love Drunk Tour.