Pre-Order Live In Paris

BRMC have posted some clips from the new 33.3% Documentary by Yana Amur, which is accompanying the new Live in Paris CD/DVD sets now available to pre-order from BRMC’s website:

Here’s the email announcement sent to the BRMC mailing list:

    BRMC Live In Paris

‘It was a little over a year ago while sitting in the back of a passenger van outside Tokyo, all of us covered in sweat and half cocked grins trying to catch our breath after having just walked off stage, I just remember someone muttering the idea that we might actually really want to think about filming one of these shows before it’s all over’

‘I guess my first reaction was that we could all use a very long hot shower much more than another live DVD at that exact moment. My second was that it might be a shame if we reached the end of that tour without capturing any of the beauty and even brutality of it. But a lot of the music we create is not only where we exist, but also where we escape to.’

‘It’s difficult though with film to avoid making a band into just another ‘reality show’ crafted into a product on a shelf, and at the same time just painting a plain picture of a live concert would be like a dream without very much color or feeling.

In the end we have released two separate films to show both sides of the same coin….

‘Live In Paris’ is the dream.

And ‘33.3% Documentary’ is the morning after.

We hope you enjoy what you find’

-Robert Levon Been / BRMC

BRMC ‘LIVE IN PARIS’ & ‘33.3% DOCUMENTARY’ NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SALE TODAY:

CLICK HERE TO VIEW PRE-ORDER OPTIONS
[The triple-disc ‘Live In Paris’ DVD/CD bundle and vinyl are now available with various bundle options including exclusive T-shirt and poster designs].

Live in Paris

© Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Check out this clip of “Sometimes The Light” posted on the Facebook page announcement:

Here’s the track listing courtesy of The Portable Infinite:

The concert film was directed by Bartleberry Logan and won the 2014 UK Music Video Award for “Best Live Concert Film.” Live In Paris will be available as a 3 Disc set (2 CDs + 1 DVD) or 3 Vinyl collection + 1 DVD. Fans who pre-order either format will have the opportunity to augment their purchase by adding either a poster and/or T-shirt, both exclusive to the pre-order. Fans can begin placing their pre-order immediately at http://blackrebelmotorcycleclub.com/, where they can also preview some clips from the concert and documentary.   As a bonus for those who pre-order, fans will be able to immediately download 6 digital tracks from the album.

Live In Paris CD/Audio Tracklisting

  1. Fire Walker
  2. Let The Day Begin
  3. Returning
  4. Lullaby
  5. Hate The Taste
  6. Rival
  7. Teenage Disease
  8. Some Kind Of Ghost
  9. Sometimes The Light
  10. Funny Games
  11. Sell It
  12. Lose Yourself
  13. Beat The Devil’s Tattoo
  14. Ain’t No Easy Way
  15. Berlin
  16. Conscience Killer
  17. Screaming Gun
  18. Rifles
  19. Stop
  20. White Palms
  21. Spread Your Love
  22. Mercy
  23. Shuffle Your Feet
  24. Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song)

DVD Tracklisting

  1. Fire Walker
  2. Let The Day Begin
  3. Returning
  4. Lullaby
  5. Hate The Taste
  6. Rival
  7. Teenage Disease
  8. Some Kind Of Ghost
  9. Sometimes The Light
  10. Funny Games
  11. Sell It
  12. Lose Yourself
  13. Beat The Devil’s Tattoo
  14. Ain’t No Easy Way
  15. Berlin
  16. Conscience Killer
  17. Rifles
  18. Stop
  19. White Palms
  20. Spread Your Love
  21. Mercy
  22. Shuffle Your Feet
  23. Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song)

 

 

“The Call: A Tribute To Michael Been” on Palladia this SATURDAY at 9/8c

Robert Been tributes his late father in “The Call: A Tribute To Michael Been” (in HD) this SATURDAY 2/7 at 9/8c on Palladia Channel! To check if you have the channel in your location, check Palladia’s website.

“We’re premiering “The Call: A Tribute To Michael Been” this SATURDAY at 9/8c!

Don’t miss Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Official Page)‘s Robert Been paying tribute his late father’s music!”

Get More:
TV Shows, Full Episode Video, Reality TV Shows

Scare the Square video

There’s a video for the BRMC track that was given away for Christmas:

BRMC Xmas Track ‘Scare the Square’ + an old video

If you happen to be on BRMC’s mailing list and donated to the GoFundMe campaign for Leah’s surgery, you may have enjoyed the new experimental track ‘Scare the Square’! It’s an instrumental and definitely puts you in a certain mood:

Hey everyone,

we wanted to express our gratitude and give everyone for Christmas who helped donate to Leah’s surgery an unreleased experimental BRMC track called ‘Scare The Square’ that we recorded tracked earlier this past summer with Leah on drums.
Hope you enjoy-
-BRMC

Click HERE to download “Scare the Square”.
BRMC Xmas Track 'Scare the Square' + an old video 1

© Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Also, check out this video I recorded on December 21, 2012 after the Troubadour show with Robert singing his versions of “Silent Night” and “Jingle Bells” to my friend Jodi (in the Santa onesie):

Video for “Lose Yourself” + The Call in HD

Check out the new video BRMC posted today:

“Hey everyone, we want to share a new music video which cinematographer Kate Arizmendi and Director Pele Kudren collaborated on for the song “Lose Yourself” from Specter At The Feast. Kate & Pele really felt connected to the video and the song, and contacted us about the project and we’re glad to be able to premier it here for you guys-
– BRMC ​

Directed by Pele Kudren and Katelin Arizmendi
Cinematography by Katelin Arizmendi
Creative Direction by Tafv Sampson
Wardrobe by Alexis Johnson
Production Design by Alexis Johnson

Starring
Augustine Hargrave
Katherine Rodriguez

Also, if you want to watch The Call Live show in HD, it is now available through iTunes:

The Call: A Tribute to Michael Been featuring Robert Been, filmed at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA is now available to download in a brand new HD format.

Purchase on iTunes now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/a-tribute-to-michael-been/id919484906

Congrats to BRMC & Bartleberry Logan for the “Live in Paris” win!

On November 10th in London’s South Bank, it was announced that BRMC’s Live in Paris DVD won Best Live Coverage from the UK Music Video Awards! Here is the full list of nominees:

best live coverage

black rebel motorcycle club – live in paris
coldplay – ghost stories sky arts
rudimental – live at brixton academy
rolling stones – sweet summer sun
sam smith ft howard lawrence – make it to me stripped live (vevo lift uk)
savages – live at the forum

Here’s a photo of the winning director from BRMC’s Instagram:

 

The first Tweet about the win: Scotch (@SxyShfSditch) tweeted at 1:32pm – 10 Nov 14:

Personnel info from SA Music Scene:
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Live In Paris

Director: Bartleberry Logan
Producer: Bartleberry Logan
Commissioner: Jordan Berliant
Record company: Abstract Dragon

Some coverage from Louder than War:

“In the non-video categories, Kate Moross collected the Best Music Ad – TV or Online for her direction of ‘Settle’ by Disclosure, and relative newcomer, Bartleberry Logan picked up the coveted Best Live Music Coverage title for his direction of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Live in Paris, beating off stiff competition from Coldplay, Rolling Stones and Rudimental.”

Here’s the trailer again:

 

BRMC Live in Paris Album and DVD trailer

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club LIVE IN PARIS Album and DVD are coming soon. Watch the official trailer below.

NEW LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRT

‘Original design by BRMC fan ‘Joji V. Grey’ is now available as a very limited edition T-Shirt! Everyone please give some love to Joji for finally bringing BRMC to life in anime form and making some truly wild eyed strangeness for your new fall wardrobe’.

  • BRMC
    anime-women's anime-men's
    The brand new BRMC “Anime” shirt is now available in both men and women’s sizes. Click HERE or on the images below to purchase.

 

 

“The Art of Dying” at George Fest/Best Fest

In case you were unable to attend George Fest at The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles September 28, 2014, a couple videographers were kind enough to record the song BRMC played called “The Art of Dying” from George Harrison’s 1970 album ‘All Things Must Pass.’  (Photo: Rozette Diaz/RestlessCities.com)

There are also many other photos of BRMC on their Facebook album by Michelle Shiers Photography, which are also featured on BuzzBandsLA’s review.

Here is a setlist and more info from Best Fest’s website:

GeorgeFestSetlist

New Star Jam loops by Peter Hayes

TC Electronic has posted a couple of instrumental loops, videos, and competition (which goes until October 11) to win a Ditto X2 Looper signed by Peter Hayes!

Life After Beth trailer + limited release

If you hadn’t heard, the dark comedy that BRMC scored Life After Beth has been in limited release in select cities, as well as on DirecTV. Director Jeff Baena spoke to Under The Radar and mentioned BRMC’s involvement in the film:

We’ve done plenty of features on Black Rebel Motorcycle Club over the years. Can you tell us how you snagged them compose the film’s score?

So Robert Been, who’s the singer and bassist, is a really close friend of mine. I’ve known him for 12 years or so. Back when I originally wrote this I’d talked to him about working together. At that point they hadn’t even licensed any of their songs for commercials or movies or anything, so it was all kind of new to them and all new to me. But he’s a good friend of mine, and we’d always talked about working together. When this [film] became real, of course I first went to him and Peter [Hayes] and asked if they’d be interested in doing something like this, and they were super excited by the idea. They’d never done a score before so it was a learning curve for them … but once we found our way, it was so rewarding and amazing.”

Check out the trailer below:

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