Marissa Nadler Premieres Self-Produced Video for “In Your Lair, Bear” with SPIN

Marissa Nadler Premieres Self-Produced Video for “In Your Lair, Bear” with SPIN

“dreamy, melancholy and utterly captivating” – NPR World Cafe

“[Marissa Nadler] isn’t the work of an artist who discovered what she wants to sound like;
it’s the work of an artist who’s just discovering what she’s capable of. ”
– Pitchfork’s Albums of the Year: Honorable Mention

Watch “In Your Lair, Bear” video

Boston-based dream-folk artist Marissa Nadler has debuted a brand new video for “In Your Lair, Bear,” the first track off her critically acclaimed self-titled full-length, that Pitchfork awarded with an “Albums of the Year: Honorable Mention” and was featured in American Songwriter, WXPN, and Drowned In Sound ‘s favorite albums of the year lists. Marissa produced the video alongside Alec K. Refearn, who also directed it. Shot in her Massachusetts home, Nadler said “This is a video to encapsulate the themes that are lyrically portrayed in the song.” Nadler is now putting the finishing touches on a followup EP to her s/t release due out in 2012, and will perform a one-off show in San Francisco and a NYE show at the Boston Public Library with Cass McCombs, Ida and Drew O’Doherty. More details about the forthcoming release to follow.

Nadler recently gave away two covers of Loudon Wainwright III’s “Motel Blues” and Tom Petty’s “Learning to Fly” from her Covers Volume II album available now at her Etsy shop. Covers Volume II follows her s/t album released earlier this year with her own Box of Cedar Records. After releasing several albums with Kemado (and having one of her songs inspire the name for vinyl start-up Mexican Summer), Nadler ventured out independently for this s/t album, which has been featured on NPR “World Cafe: Next,” NPR First Listen, Vogue, KEXP, Pitchfork ‘Overlooked Records of 2011’ with an 8.1 album review, one of SPIN’s “5 Best New Artists for June.”

Marissa Nadler Live

12/8 – San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord w/ Emily Jane White
12/31 – Boston, MA – Boston Public Library-Rabb Hall
w/ Cass McCombs, Ida and Drew O’Doherty

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