Lake Street Dive released their new album, Free Yourself Up, via Nonesuch Records earlier this month. In support of the new release, the group made stops at CBS for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and CBS This Morning. Their most recent promotional piece came out of NPR’s Night Owl series, where the Brooklyn-based group performed a laid-back version of “Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts”.NPR’s Night Owl series highlights bands in “an intimate, unvarnished late-night performance, in the unexpected corners of American cities.” Lake Street Dive’s performance took place at Brooklyn’s Retrofret Vintage Guitars. Watch the band perform “Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts” below:Free Yourself Up marks Lake Street Dive’s second release on Nonesuch Records. The band—drummer Michael Calabrese, bassist Bridget Kearney, singer Rachael Price, and guitarist/trumpeter Michael “McDuck” Olson—produced the album themselves at Nashville’s Goosehead Palace Studios with engineer Dan Knobler.Lake Street Dive is currently on tour. Most dates on the first leg are already sold out, but they’ve got a lot more coming up between now and November, including shows with support from artists like Madison Ward and the Mama Bears, Mikaela Davis, and Robert Finley. Ticketing information for the upcoming shows can be found via the band’s website and you can order Free Yourself Up here.
Montego Bay’s Cornwall College, the self-styled original CC, cooled fellow daCosta Cup high-flyers Clarendon College 4-2 in a hotly contested first ISSA-FLOW Super Cup semi-final at Sabina Park yesterday to reach next Saturday’s final.The match was a thrilling encounter highlighted by sharp-shooting forward Jourdaine Fletcher, whose hat-trick secured a famous win for Cornwall. He got his goals in the 59th (penalty), 62nd and 89th minutes. Aiden Jokomba had scored the opening goal for Cornwall.With yesterday’s three-timer, Fletcher took his FLOW Super Cup tally to seven and he promised fireworks in the final.”Today is my best game. I was waiting on this match a while and I just executed. We are the original ‘CC’, and we will give 100 per cent in the final,” he told The Sunday Gleaner.He added that beating Clarendon gave him a great feeling.”Words can’t explain how I am feeling right now. I am feeling very great. We played to the game plan, and that’s what coach had asked the team. I have a lot more goals to come and I want to go past 30 in the season,” the clinical forward added.Clarendon’s scorers were Shemar Hunter, who scored with a long-range strike to draw his team level inside the 36th minute, while captain Creggton Charlton slammed home a brilliant free kick from 20 yards in the 40th minute to register his fifth Super Cup goal.FLETCHER IN TOP FORMCornwall, with their star man Fletcher in top form, dominated the second half with their crisp short-passing and rapid counter-attacks. Fletcher with his deft body swerves proved difficult to handle.Tempers also flared during the half and a number of yellow cards were issued as players clashed on the field.Cornwall’s coach, Dr Dean Weatherly, called it a very big win for his unbeaten team.”It was a very, very big win, considering we are in a final, and it shows how hard we are working and everything is coming to the fore now. We said we are champions and you have to behave like champions,” he said.The coach and management team of Clarendon College declined to comment.
“Thank God we lost from time to time in the Champions League or in other cup competitions so we still know how it feels,” said Klopp on Friday.“We are maybe considered as a top team but we don’t want to behave like a top team, playing (like one) if possible, yes, but fighting like a challenger.“I don’t feel there should be any advantage for Sheffield other than playing in their own stadium. Is it allowed that they fight more than us? No. That they run more than us? No. That they do more than us? No.”Klopp made 11 changes for his side’s 2-0 League Cup victory at MK Dons in midweek and is expected to return to the team that continued their 100 percent start to the league season with a 2-1 win at Chelsea last weekend.Sadio Mane was forced off with an injury at Stamford Bridge but has been passed fit to start, while goalkeeper Alisson Becker is still out despite returning to full training this week.0Shares0000(Visited 12 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Jurgen Klopp (left) will have Sadio Mane (right) available for Saturday’s trip to Sheffield United © AFP / OLLY GREENWOODLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 27 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the key to his side’s stunning Premier League run of 15 straight wins was not believing the hype as he prepared for a trip to newly promoted Sheffield United on Saturday.The European champions can go eight points clear at the top of the table, at least for a few hours, with a 16th straight league win at Bramall Lane, but Klopp is demanding the same hunger, work rate and fight from his side as Chris Wilder’s Blades.