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Video of the Day: Cowboy Indian Bear - Let It Down (VDub Sessions)

Here is Cowboy Indian Bear playing an acoustic version of Let It Down in the back of a Volkswagen Bus! 

Video of the Day: Cowboy Indian Bear - I Want A Stranger’s Heart

Here is the beautiful and cinematic new video for Cowboy Indian Bear. It features the family of the Jason and Elyse Bar who are old friends of the band and the label. The video was also directed by Lawrence’s Micki Hadley who previously did the Spirit is the Spirit - Pillows video for us. 

Purchase Cowboy Indian Bear - Live Old; Die Young:
Vinyl: http://therecordmachine.net/blog/#!/187601
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igital: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/live-old-die-young/id592489345

We are super pumped for Cowboy Indian Bear “I Want A Stranger’s Heart” Video to come out tomorrow!

We are super pumped for Cowboy Indian Bear “I Want A Stranger’s Heart” Video to come out tomorrow!

We are very pumped to announce the new video for “I Want A Stranger’s Heart” from Cowboy Indian Bear is coming out next Tuesday! Its a beautiful video directed by Micki Hadley. 

We are very pumped to announce the new video for “I Want A Stranger’s Heart” from Cowboy Indian Bear is coming out next Tuesday! Its a beautiful video directed by Micki Hadley. 

chewyfally:

“Cowboy Indian Bear is a band that is important to Lawrence because they lead by example. A few months ago, they played a packed show at a local venue, and put a brand new band on the lineup. Giving a new band a slot on such a big show is a grand gesture of generosity, and as I was leaving the Arts Center on Friday, I spotted the guitarist for that band in the corner, quietly singing all the lyrics to himself. This is the new generation, the new crop of musicians, and they’re in good hands when a band like Cowboy Indian Bear takes them under their wing.”
Photo by Fally Afani.
More on Cowboy Indian Bear’s record release show here.

chewyfally:

“Cowboy Indian Bear is a band that is important to Lawrence because they lead by example. A few months ago, they played a packed show at a local venue, and put a brand new band on the lineup. Giving a new band a slot on such a big show is a grand gesture of generosity, and as I was leaving the Arts Center on Friday, I spotted the guitarist for that band in the corner, quietly singing all the lyrics to himself. This is the new generation, the new crop of musicians, and they’re in good hands when a band like Cowboy Indian Bear takes them under their wing.”

Photo by Fally Afani.

More on Cowboy Indian Bear’s record release show here.