Lights, camera… It looks like Jonah Hill is directing a new Vampire Weekend video ft Steve Lacy

It looks like Jonah Hill is directing a new Vampire Weekend video ft Steve Lacy

The motley crew were spotted at a gourmet food emporium in Manhattan last night.

Vampire Weekend, as we know, are releasing new album ‘Father Of The Bride’ later this year, and it looks like they’ve been shooting a new video.

As West Side Rag reports, the band’s Ezra Koenig was spotted in ‘gourmet food emporium’ Zabar’s in Manhattan’s Upper West Side last night (6th February) alongside Jonah Hill and Steve Lacy of The Internet.

As Stereogum report, crew member on the shoot told observers that the new video is set to represent “a day on the Upper West Side.”

Last year, Vampire Weekend debuted a new song called ‘Flower Moon’ live, which is touted to feature Steve Lacy. It’s all adding up here…

Last month, the band shared ‘Harmony Hall’ and ‘2021’, the first two previews of ‘Father Of The Bride’. Read the DIY review of the former track here.

They also recently announced a massive North American tour in support of the record.

View the tour dates and see footage from last night’s video shoot below.

Read ‘10 albums we can’t wait for in 2019’, featuring Vampire Weekend, here.

MAY
17 Gulf Shores, Hangout Music Festival

JUNE
05 Toronto, RBC Echo Beach
07 Indianapolis, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
08 Milwaukee, BMO Harris Pavilion
09 Minneapolis, The Armory
11 Madison, The Sylvee
12 St. Louis, Fabulous Fox Theatre
14 Cleveland, Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
15 Cincinnati, PNC Pavilion
16 Chicago, Huntington Bank Pavilion
18 Nashville, Ascend Amphitheater
21 Raleigh, Red Hat Amphitheater
22 Charlotte, Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
23 Dover, Firefly Festival

JULY
12-14 Mad Cool Festival

AUGUST
16 Oklahoma City, The Criterion
17 Houston, White Oak Music Hall
18 Dallas, Toyota Music Factory
20 Austin, ACL Live
21 Austin, ACL Live
24 Miami, James L. Knight Center
25 St. Augustine, St Augustine Amphitheatre
27 Atlanta, Fox Theatre
30 Norfolk, Ted Constant Convocation Center

SEPTEMBER
03 Boston, Agganis Arena
04 Philadelphia, Mann Center For The Performing Arts
06 New York, Madison Square Garden
08 Montreal, MTELUS
25 Vancouver, Festival Lawn at Deer Lake Park
27 Seattle, WaMu Theater
28 Portland, McMenamins Edgefield

OCTOBER
01 San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
02 Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
03 San Diego, CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU
06 Salt Lake City, The Complex
08 Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheatre

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