The National post new video
2013-08-27 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 28 Comments
US act, The National, have released the music video for 'Graceless', the second off their latest LP, entitled Trouble Will Find Me.

Watch it here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jpz_gUyImhw
Tagged: The National

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AgainAnd
August 27th 2013
281 Comments


But there are also music videos for both Demons and Sea of Love. Wouldn't that make this the third?

jefflebowski
August 27th 2013
8257 Comments


is the demons one really a music video though?

tommygun
August 27th 2013
25455 Comments


vid fuckin rules makes me wanna play baseball with cans o beer n/

Green Baron
August 27th 2013
20610 Comments


vid and song fucking rules.

tommygun
August 27th 2013
25455 Comments


hard

Smithsonian
August 27th 2013
87 Comments


It's still morning and I feel like I have to drink every beer I have in my house now after that

henryChinaski
August 27th 2013
2876 Comments


This is awesome!

tommygun
August 27th 2013
25455 Comments


smithsonian bro try watchin it when you're already boozed :]

TheBjornIdentity
August 27th 2013
80 Comments


so my day just got a lot better

Green Baron
August 27th 2013
20610 Comments


well its the best song from twfm so it should be a single

next video will be for slipped

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2013
3538 Comments


@AgainAnd - the Demons video was just the making of the cover, it wasn't really a video IMO. However, if you count it, yeah it's the third.
Also, they need to release a video for Heavenfaced [2].

OneMoreRoland
August 27th 2013
1053 Comments


God i love this video and song and album

ILJ
August 27th 2013
6755 Comments


one of the best on the album after Don't Swallow the Cap and I Need My Girl

Underflow
August 27th 2013
2865 Comments


Amazing song. One of their best.

Crawl
August 27th 2013
1660 Comments


best song on the album

larrytheslug
August 27th 2013
1315 Comments


this is gr8aaat

larrytheslug
August 27th 2013
1315 Comments


lmao the can bryce throws at 1:42 hits aaron in the head

ABjordanMM
August 27th 2013
1456 Comments


this is awesome.

YoYoMancuso
August 27th 2013
11252 Comments


fantastic

wanderlust
August 27th 2013
307 Comments


Song and vid rules

climactic
August 27th 2013
20129 Comments


best song off of TWFM. fun vid

The777thVermicide
August 27th 2013
277 Comments


Excellent as usual

WhiteNoise
August 27th 2013
3260 Comments


Oh man that was the best. Totally buying tickets to see them tomorrow

Skoj
August 27th 2013
1312 Comments


WhiteNoise do it, they're tremendous live.

Digging: Insomnium - Shadows of the Dying Sun

afergusonart
August 27th 2013
220 Comments


prob the best video ever

ABjordanMM
August 27th 2013
1456 Comments


prob the best video ever [2]

avonbarksdale221
August 28th 2013
8278 Comments


So fucking cool. Awesome song too.

Mr_Coffee
August 28th 2013
631 Comments


god i love this band



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