“Night, pt. 3 (Wonder)” live video, shot on Monhegan Island, ME by Mandy Metrano for NPR’s 2020 Tiny Desk contest.
“Night, pt. 1 (Trembling Hearts)” live video, shot by Mandy Metrano on Monhegan Island, ME
“Haka” official video, directed by Marc McElroy
“The Featherweight” (live at the Press Room)
‘Stronger Than Wedding Rings’ feat. Stu Dias (live at the Press Room)
‘Our Songs Were Skeleton Keys’ official video.
‘Fading Light’ video shot for NPR Music’s 2016 Tiny Desk Concert contest. Live at Common Street Arts, Waterville, ME
“Endlessly”, live at Common Street Arts, Waterville, ME
“We’ll Always Have the Night”, live at Club Plantation, Brooklyn, NY, 18 Dec 2012 with members of Hello Shark
October 25, 2010, Wholly Craft, Columbus, Ohio. Full set.
‘Night, Pt. 2 (Helena’s Song)’ video, directed by by Jon Burns and Chad Gooch. Starring Bambi Suits.
‘Japan’ video, directed by Gordon Przybyla.
Partial set from the “Road to Ruane” archives, TT the Bear’s Place, Cambridge, MA, 5 March 2010
Bree Joy Scanlon & Dylan Metrano perform ‘Catalina’ at the Bootleg in L.A. 17 January 2010.
Tiger Saw perform ‘Won’t You Let Me’ from the album Tigers On Fire live on Pipeline Radio (WMBR) in Cambridge, MA. Footage courtesy of Echoplanar Films
‘I Keep My Misfortune’ live at The Troubadour, Brisbane, Australia. 2-01-10.
‘Japan’ live at Carabar, Columbus, Ohio, March 19th, 2007
Full set. Dylan Metrano & Annie Palmer duo. October 6, 2006, Milo Elektric, Columbus, OH
Live at TT the Bear’s Place, Cambridge, MA, 2003. Partial set, filmed for Brainwashed.com: The Eye