- October 09, 2013 09:29:16 GMT
Directed by longtime friend Nicholas Sutton Bell, the animated clip follows a sailor, who's on his internal quest to conquer his personal demons.READ MORE
The Lumineers were formed by Wesley Schultz. Growing up in the New York City suburb of Ramsey, New Jersey, Wesley spent his days drawing with his childhood best friend, Josh Fraites. As entering his teen years, he then traded his pencil with a guitar, his drawings with songs, and played side by side with Josh's younger brother Jeremiah, who's a drummer.
It's never an easy road to get to where they are now. In 2002, the two were grieving the loss of Josh who died from a drug overdose at 19. They found solace in music, writing songs and playing at gigs around New York. After battling the city's cutthroat music scene and impossibly high cost of living, they packed their bags and a trailer full of musical instruments to move to Denver, Colorado.
The slow and soft track is about the complicated love relationship between Liam Hemworth's Gale Hawthorne and Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen.READ MORE
Dressing as chickens, the 'Late Night' show host and the 'Voice' mentor team up with Nick Offerman for an all-clucking version of the Lumineers hit song.READ MORE
The sad-but-happy road trip themed clip is for the second single off their very successful self-titled album.READ MORE
Looking very identical with the 'Speed' actress, the red dress-clad sculpture is showcased in Madame Tussauds museum at the Venetian Resort and Casino.READ MORE
Ed Sheeran and Carrie Underwood are also included in the list of performers for the February 10 music awards ceremony.READ MORE