During the past month there have been quite a few awesome album releases from popular and signed indie rock artists and bands, including Toro Y Moi, Sufjan Stevens, Twin Shadow, Death Cab For Cutie, Bjork, The Cribs, Modest Mouse, Lord Huron, Waxachtchee, The Mountain Goats, Villagers, Lower Dens, Reptar, Brian Wilson, Josh Rouse, East Indian [...]Show More Summary
Portland, Oregon's MusicfestNW takes place at the city's Tom McCall Waterfront Park on August 21-23 and the festival has now announced this year's lineup. The 15th edition of the festival features appearances from Modest Mouse, Beirut, The Tallest Man...
Modest Mouse, Belle & Sebastian, Beirut, Foster the People, Twin Shadow, Battles, and more to play Portland festival.
On the road with Modest Mouse, whose last album still feels fresh, even after an eight-year hiatus and a quarter-century after they first formed.
Despite having just released an album, Modest Mouse is already gearing up to put out another one as quickly as it can. Following up on earlier reports that singer Isaac Brock wanted to unleash the new record “as quickly as it’s legally allowed to be,” Pitchfork has some new details about the album. Show More Summary
CBS' new late-night host books Isaac Brock and co. to serve as the show's first-ever musical guest.
Modest Mouse were the first musical guests on the new Late Late Show With James Corden, which got its start at the beginning of the week. The band performed Strangers To Ourselves track “Be Brave,” and the nine-member band and their intricate setup certainly gave the new stage and sound system a proper workout. You […]
This week, "The Late Late Show" on CBS got a new host. Tonight, on his second night as host of the show, James Corden welcomed Modest Mouse—his first ever musical guests. Watch them perform the Strangers to Ourselves track "Be Brave". Watch Pitchfork.tv's documentary about The Lonesome Crowded West:
Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock recently revealed his plan to release a follow-up to Strangers to Ourselves "as quickly as it’s legally allowed to be". In a new interview with Hot Press, Brock said that the next album will be out in 2016 and will feature Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic. Show More Summary
It also maybe be titled Whabever -- or something else as "dumb as fcking possible."
In a recent interview with Billboard, Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock explained why it took so long to put out their recent Strangers to Ourselves. "We kept having people come in to work on the record, but everyone had other shit scheduled...Show More Summary
The Strangers Linguistic Remix Generator turns a phrase into a kaleidoscopic music video. Your days of sitting alone in your dorm room, weeping quietly to The Moon & Anarctica may be over, but that doesn't mean Modest Mouse doesn't have anything to offer. Show More Summary
Alabama is getting a new music festival in the form of Sloss, a new music and arts festival that will take place over two days in Birmingham. The inaugural lineup is led by Modest Mouse, Band Of Horses, Primus, and local soul band St. Paul & the Broken Bones. The fest also promises that another […]
If you’re seeking adventures packed with triumph, tragedy and boredom, you take your rock-and-roll band out on tour. And if you want to remember them, you bring a photographer. For Modest Mouse, Pat Graham was the tour-buddy with the camera. After spending much of the ’90s photographing the punk scene in Washington D.C., Graham hit […]
Being a Modest Mouse fan these days is a lot like being Walter Mondale in 1984: you’re always playing defense. The amount of prevaricating and qualifying that comes in any conversation about the band—“Oh, nothing after Moon”—makes it...Show More Summary
Modest Mouse - Lampshades On Fire Modest Mouse has just released their new album; Strangers to Ourselves...
Modest Mouse were the musical guests on this week's edition of "CBS This Morning: Saturday" as part of the program's recurring "Saturday Sessions" series. In addition to performing two tracks from Strangers to Ourselves—"Coyotes" and...Show More Summary
Modest Mouse brought their Strangers To Ourselves press tour to CBS This Morning: Saturday today. The band performed “The Ground Walks, With Time In A Box” and “Coyotes,” and Isaac Brock sat down for a surprisingly friendly interview with Anthony Mason. Watch all of it below. Strangers To Ourselves is out now on Epic.
Plus, Isaac Brock sits down for an interview.
Modest Mouse have shared the video for "Lampshades on Fire", from their new album Strangers to Ourselves. Directed by Jorge Torres-Torres, it shows the band playing an increasingly surreal party. (Natasha Lyonne from "Orange is the New Black" appears, too.) Check it out below. Watch Pitchfork.tv's documentary about The Lonesome Crowded West: