The godfathers of modern emo talked to us about balancing touring, parenting, and dealing with the pressure of being a cult band.
Ahead of the release of American Football (LP3), the Owen, and Cap’n Jazz veteran listens to Vampire Weekend’s 2008 debut for the first time.
Mike Kinsella calls on some of his very, very amateur skater friends for this video.
The Chicago native involved in American Football, Cap'n Jazz, Joan of Arc, and more, has teamed up with Bon Iver's S. Carey for a new song and video.
It's the second single from their first album in 16 years.
The accidental indie pioneer reflects on his post-American Football catalog.
Like their 1999 debut, the new album will be called 'American Football.'
This week's episode is all about Chicago as we check in with two of the city's greats about their latest projects.
The members look back at their brief time together, and accidentally creating one of the most influential records of its time.
On the fifth installment of his Devinyl Splits series, Devine taps the American Football frontman.
Noisey's teen talked to the American Football/Cap'n Jazz frontman about feelings and junk.
We all went anticipating heartbreak, but it was less tears in beers and more like a big family reunion.