I'm headed to Brooklyn tomorrow to spend the holiday weekend in Red Hook with Joe and my in-laws.  Hopefully I'll get some good pictures to share next week.  What are you doing for Thanksgiving?

It's very true that I never show videos here, but I couldn't help posting this as Joe and I have watched it about ten times already.  Pitchfork has been doing these amazing Take Away Shows of bands randomly performing in public, and in this one the Wild Beasts walk the streets of Paris with only a guitar and their insanely beautiful voices.  Watch the passers-by--they have no reaction, so typical for a big city!  Love it.


Flora said...

Oh thanks for the link, listening to it now, it's beautiful... Funny I'm in Paris. Nothing planned for thanksgiving as there isn't anything like this in France, but spending the week-end with parents, uncle + aunt though. I hope you have a great time in Brooklyn!
word verification is 'goodi' :)

because said...

as is also typical of a big city-er, i'm leaving the big city for the holidays. welcome back to bk even if only for a weekend, and i guess more relevant to the previous post, i'll keep a sharp eye out for that coupon in my inbox tomorrow! happy turkey day!

Lena said...

I'm bummed to be missing you in BK!

nicole said...

Love this video!

Have a lovely Thanksgiving in Brooklyn! I'm sure you'll have loads of fun.

We've already had our thanksgiving here in Canada, but I am looking forward to getting ahead in my knitting this weekend.

Safe journey!

shara said...

what a beautiful video! la blogotheque also has a lot of videos of bands performing their songs in public spaces. have you seen this one of beirut performing on a street corner in paris? http://www.blogotheque.net/2007/09/11/beirut-3/

this is another favorite: http://www.blogotheque.net/2007/03/26/arcade-fire/

enjoy your thanksgiving!

Anna Emilia said...

Thank you sweet Jenny. Drinking an afternoon coffee became so much nicer.

Hedy said...

Beautiful music, thank you for making me aware.

Tiffany said...

This is awesome, and those are pretty I'm-not-interested-in-anything French responses!