U.K. electro-pop trio Talk Like Tigers embrace an inner neon-fused core in their brand new music video. The dazzling Gunning clip is a page ripped straight out of the Tron playbook, doused with laser beams and mesmerizing slow-motion intensity. Comprised of twin sisters Charlotte and Stephanie Walker (formerly backup singers to Duffy) and drummer Mark Thompson, the trio embark on an impressive journey into superstardom, launching off an infectious pop-synth construct hooked with an undeniable melody. They charmingly meld together a Fitz and the Tantrums explosiveness with a scruffy Passion Pit lean.
Talk Like Tigers (who recently finished up studio time) are expected to hit up numerous festivals this summer, including the Evolution Emerging (May 28) and the NE Volume Magazine Festival on July 2. Find out additional details here.
Popdust is beyond excited to get our hands on the exclusive premiere of the Gunning music video. Check out the high-octane action below:
Gunning follows the trio's earlier 2016 debut track Animalistic. Check out both now on iTunes.
The only Black Driver in the top tier of NASCAR, Bubba Wallace is standing strong
Update 7/6/2020: On Monday morning President Trump tweeted about the noose incident, referring to the mistaken intent of the noose as a "HOAX" and wondering if Bubba Wallace had apologized to "those great NASCAR drivers & officials who came to his aid." President Trump also asserted that the incident, along with NASCAR's decision to ban the confederate flag had resulted in the association losing viewership for their races, yielding what Trump termed their "lowest ratings EVER!"
Has @BubbaWallace apologized to all of those great NASCAR drivers & officials who came to his aid, stood by his sid… https://t.co/XGPapgYIAA— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1594038787.0
The improbably fascinating "I'll Be Gone In the Dark" subverts traditional serial killer narratives.
In the years leading up to her death, Michelle McNamara haunted message boards, libraries, and Sacramento families to get to the bottom of the case that obsessed and consumed her.
McNamara, a true crime blogger whose interest in serial killers morphed into a compulsive desire to hunt and catch them, is the subject of a new HBO documentary series. The first episode, which premiered last Sunday, presents a small window into the mind of a woman who hunted serial killers until she accidentally overdosed on sleeping pills.
It's completely enthralling, a marked subversion of typical serial killer narratives as well as a commentary on their devastating and peculiar appeal.
I'll Be Gone In the Dark (2020): Official Trailer | HBO www.youtube.com