More ...
  Video   Streaming    MP3   Indie Rock   Electronic Music   Festivals   Live           



Fred Armisen Is Hawking the New QOTSA Album ... On a USB Stick - Video

Follow Spacelab on: Google+ | Twitter | LinkedIn
July 9, 2013

Fred Armisen is everywhere that's hip these days, so it's no surprise that he's out doing props for the new Queens of the Stone Age album Like Clockwork. Posing as the mobile-phone-on-the-belt douchebag Ricky Chism, complete with a blue shirt and tan pants boredom, he's hawking the new combination bottle opener / USB Flash drive that you can get the new QOTSA album on. "Apparently we're supposed to store our music in the clouds?" he says before offering the QOTSA package. "What are we supposed to do if our internet goes down, again? Who are we supposed to call, the friggin' weather man? I don't think so."


For more QOTSA action, check out  the song "My God Is The Sun," and the videos for “I Appear Missing,” “Keep Your Eyes Peeled,” as well as the massive 15 minute video compilation known as the Queens of The Stone Age Movie. Queens Of The Stone Age signed with Matador Records for Like Clockwork, and it includes drumming from Dave Grohl + contributions from Mark Lanegan Trent Reznor, Sir Elton John, James Lavelle and more. There's also a tour in the works which Matador is calling "An extensive world tour" that's taking shape, check em' out at the Benicassim Festival, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits.


Check out more music videos on the Spacelab Media Player.

Buy This On: iTunes   Amazon   Google Play   InSound   eMusic

Click here to subscribe RSS feed for Spacelab headlines
blog comments powered by Disqus