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News

Jul 20, 2015

San Francisco born Tim Presley of White Fence and Welsh singer/songwriter/guitarist Cate Le Bon have teamed up as DRINKSMore

Listen: White Denim - “Pretty Green”

New Album Corsicana Lemonade Out Oct. 29

Aug 07, 2013

This October Austin four-piece White Denim will release their fifth studio album, Lemonade Corsicana. More

Check Out Photos from Day One of Outside Lands 2012 Including Beck and Reggie Watts

Plus Andrew Bird, Justice, Sharon Van Etten, Washed Out, White Denim, and more

Aug 13, 2012

Check out photos from Day One of the Outside Lands, held in the historic Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA on August 10, 2012. The gallery includes photos of Andrw Bird,BeckDie AntwoordFitz & The TantrumsJusiceReggie WattsSharon Van Etten, Washed Out and White Denim. More

Aug 20, 2009

Texan rockers White Denim have announced their sophomore album Fits, out October 20th on Downtown Music. Their American tour begins October 24th. More



Reviews

Performance

Performance

City Slang

Aug 22, 2018

Building upon their already varied discography might at first seem like a lofty demand for Austin, Texas's White Denim. The group have released several stellar records in their 10-year existence.  More

The Syndicate/Rachael Ray’s The Feedback pre-CMJ show at Rebel NYC

October 19th, 2009

Oct 21, 2009

Because five straight days of nonstop music, packed subways, and free booze just isn't enough, the Syndicate and Rachael Ray's The Feedback started their CMJ celebration a night early with sets from the Union Line, The Cringe, White Denim, and Fanfarlo, at the 11th annual Conflict of Interest party at Rebel NYC in Manhattan. The artist lineup was a bit disjointed in terms of genre spanning, but it still was a promising kickoff to the fest. More

Exposion

Exposion

Transmission Entertainment

Nov 02, 2008

Austin, Texas, trio White Denim has a minor identity complex. Caterwauling, slash and dash swing one moment (“IEIEI”); flailing funk rock grabs at MC5 the next (“All You Really Have to Do”). More