“The video for Hammock’s remix of ‘Easy to Die’ traces a day in and around the eastern edge of downtown Los Angeles. As dawn moves to dusk, cameras roll through underpopulated streets at off-peak hours, and the group sings darkly rendered lyrics about the suddenness of death that might have been penned by Edward Gorey.”
The Silver Lake Chorus REMIXES is available now! Rediscover our debut album through genre-bending remixes by influential artists like Nashville-based ambient guitar duo Hammock, Carmen Rizzo (of Niyaz), guitar experimentalist/soundtrack composer David Torn, and Japanese producer starRo!
We’ve long loved singing Emmylou Harris’s heartening and gorgeous Timberline and are thrilled our rendition will be included on To Emmylou: A Tribute to Emmylou Harris, out June 3rd. To celebrate the record release, we’ll be singing a small set alongside the other LA-based bands who contributed to the album on Saturday, June 4th, at the...
Ever wanted to be in the center of a room filled with twenty singers crooning to you in 360-degree harmony? Well, your dream just came true. Check out our interactive Facebook 360 video, where you can drag the image up, down, and all around.
We recently recorded a new anthem for climate change deniers with our friends from FunnyOrDie.com. Cause, you know, polar bears are totes fine and stuff. (Jk. Lol. They’re not fine.) Check out the video, starring January Jones, Beau Bridges, Darren Criss, Emily Osment, Estelle, yours truly, and many more!
When Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) gave TSLC “From the Snow-Tipped Hills,” arrangers Heather Ogilvy and Mikey Wells immediately connected with the meditative, peaceful sense of space it evoked. They built upon that meditation, layering voices little by little as the song gradually grows. The track swells and shifts both in terms of the vocals and the tempo, which...
Ready to get your smile on? Or, in the words of LA Mag, are you ready to “See the Totally Great Silver Lake Chorus Nail a Song Written for them by Ben Lee”? LA Mag premieres the second video off our debut album, which is guaranteed to have you grinning in seconds.
Check out our music video for “Hold Up For,” written for the chorus by Tegan and Sara and performed by the women of TSLC! Stereogum says, “It’s probably the cutest thing you’ll see all week. Heart-eyed emoji times three.” (That’s high-praise for something that doesn’t even include inter-species friendship!)
Check out Consequence of Sound today for their exclusive debut of TSLC’s HEAVY STAR MOVIN’ written by The Flaming Lips. Reviewer Michelle Geslani writes, “Not unlike something plucked from the Lips’ expansive repertoire, the hauntingly beautiful track evokes a surreal, out-of-body experience, as though one’s consciousness is tumbling aimlessly through a color-splashed alternate universe.”
TSLC spent a glorious Sunday at the abandoned church that we call home filming a music video for our debut album. We cannot wait to share the final product with you (and see it ourselves). In the meantime, check out some behind-the-scenes photos of the shoot – and keep your eyes/ears/hearts peeled for updates!
The Silver Lake Chorus is proud to announce its first national television appearance on NUVOtv’s The Collective! The show, which features emerging artists in Los Angeles, takes you inside TSLC, from rehearsal to live concert.