You can now watch The Afghan Whigs’ latest video for “Matamoros,” the second single from the band’s critically acclaimed album Do to the Beast.
The Afghan Whigs performed “Matamoros” from Do to the Beast on Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.
Watch The Afghan Whigs on Later with Jools Holland. Broadcast date: May 6, 2014.
“Ian and I had a ritual where we’d go to the back on the bus at the end of a show and play each other records, I got him into Afghan Whigs and he got me into PJ Harvey and one day we just thought, ‘we should do something like this.” I could not be more excited about the new project from Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon. via thepunksite.com
A super-rare item is up for sale on eBay. A cassette of “Jugula” – the Afghan Whigs’ original demo tape. Jugula on eBay
From Greg Dulli’s “Evening with…” tour in the fall of 2010, two shows are now available for purchase online: New Orleans and Baltimore. You can buy the CDs along with tour posters at the Twilight Singers Country Store.
Greg Dulli and Manuel Agnelli recorded an interview with Radio 2 in Italy. You can download the podcast at Radio2.rai.it. Thanks Federica!
The Twilight Singers played a short set (including a cover of “Brain” by The Action) for BBC Radio 6. BBC Performance Archive Stream
The Twilight Singers will perform an intimate private show at Q Live at Concrete on March 16. The band will be performing songs from their new album Dynamite Steps. One prize winner will receive a signed drum head and a copy of the album. Click here to enter the drawing for tickets. Deadline is March 7 at midnight.
The Twilight Singers will perform two songs on Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) tonight. Joseph Arthur will be sitting in with the band. Updated: Video posted below of “On the Corner.”
Hecklerspray.com | The Afghan Whigs The same passion that ignites the candle flame on the dinner table at the start of the relationship, and then burns the house down in a whisky-soaked fury at the end.
Dulli Interview – RTÉ Ten “I lie all the time!” Dulli says by way of defence of his spinning skills and determination to keep some mystery about his work. “When someone asks me [about an album] that far in advance… I got a call and the label was like, ‘Will you talk to this person?’ And I’m like, ‘About what?! I’d be speaking in the abstract!’ No disrespect to the person I talked to, but I was probably just having a good time. I mean,…
Great interview with Greg Dulli by Amy Wuelfing. Well worth your time (and straining your eyes for the PDF). Ghettoblaster Interview (PDF)