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Hospitality’s new video for “I Miss Your Bones” will warm your heart

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Photo via https://www.facebook.com/hospitalitylives

You’ve probably heard Hospitality’s catchy indie-pop song “I Miss Your Bones” played pretty frequently in the past few months since their album Trouble was released back in January.  The video, which was directed by Lara Gallagher, tells the story of two girls communicating through a YouTube tutorial. The main character is unable to keep up with the tutorial and so her friend goes off to join other girls who appear to be more like her.  Don’t worry though, *spoiler alert*, the two girls seem to reconnect at  the end.  It’s supposed to be a metaphor about the nature of relationships and missing someone in the 21st century.

Oh, and the band pops up in a YouTube tutorial toward the end of the video as well!  Catch Hospitality when they come to Johnny Brenda’s on July 23rd.  Ticket info here.

Watch the full video below via NPR Music:

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Keep up with new music from Milagres, Hospitality and Damien Jurado on tonight’s ‘Compact’ Indie Rock Hit Parade!

Photo by Shervin Lainez
Photo by Shervin Lainez

It’s the final Friday of the month, and that means some special nighttime programming on XPN! Stay tuned after Robert Drake’s Land Of The Lost for a ‘Compact’ edition of the Indie Rock Hit Parade at 11pm! We’ll hear a few LOTL icons who are still going strong with new music (and new projects), and our weekly Album Spotlight will dig into Trouble, the new record from Hospitality! Here are a few things you should expect to hear in the mix tonight:

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Hospitality at Johnny Brenda’s, Heavy Medical at The First Unitarian Church, Vintage Kicks at Kung Fu Necktie

Brooklyn’s Hospitality perform at Johnny Brenda’s tonight.  Led by Amber Papini, Hospitality are pure indie fun with math-rock subtleties.  Their head-bop-worthy major label debut came out on Merge Records at the start of 2012 and received praise from notable resources ranging from Pitchfork to The Deli NYC. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Conversations With Enemies and Tinmouth can be found here; below, watch Hospitality’s video for “Friends of Friends.”

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