They premiered the lead single from the album, "Get It," with an accompanying lyric video in January 2015.
In February 2015, Matt and Kim released three more singles for the album, "Hey Now," "Hoodie On," and "Can You Blame Me." then heading to London for a one-off at Heaven.
Matt and Kim also gained significant publicity for their music videos.
The video for "Yea Yeah," which depicts the pair being hit with food from their refrigerator, has been considered one of the initial catalysts for their rise in popularity.
With a backdrop of either Victorian England or America’s Wild West at hand, modern technologies are re-imagined and realized as elaborate works of art, fashion, and mechanics. Best known for their offerings in cyberpunk, Gibson and Sterling took their intimate integration of man and machine back to 1885.
Their music video for the song "Cameras" was released in 2011 and features Schifino and Johnson engaged in a professionally choreographed fight.
When comparing the budget for the "Cameras" video against the one for "Lessons Learned," Johnson noted, "We spent 10 times as much money to make this happen." They hired choreographers who had worked on films like The Matrix and The Bourne Identity.
The duo's fifth studio album, New Glow, was released on April 7, 2015 by Harvest Records in the United States and Virgin EMI Records internationally.
Quite often, we receive queries at the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences that extend beyond our usual fare.
While we hardly categorize “My cat is coughing up hairballs that move…” and “My teenage daughter simply won’t listen to her father…” worthy of our attention, one often asked question does give us pause…