Spirit Club have just released a '90s-inspired music video for 'Still Life.'
Let's ease into this strange new future with current artists (like Cloud Nothings) who speak directly to the part of your brain that still wears flannel.
With their fourth studio release, Wavves have created their most coherent listen to date, one that further expresses their slacker aesthetic. They aren’t just picking up where they left off with ‘King of the Beach.’ There’s less fuzz and more grunge, as well as new elements of Animal Collective-style symphonics. However, this is an album that strongly plays upon Williams’ love of Weezer and Nirvana.
Damn, that's one catchy tune! OK, you can say that about most any Wavves jam, so it's not a surprising revelation to make about 'Afraid of Heights,' the new single and title track from Wavves' fourth album, which officially drops today (March 26). Still, we thought we'd point it out. No harm in noting.
San Diego-based surf-punk trio Wavves have announced a spring 2013 release for their as-yet-untitled fourth full-length album, which they currently are wrapping up work on with producer John Hill (Santigold, Rihanna) at the helm. Earlier today (Dec. 12), they premiered a BLACK // DOCTOR-directed video for 'Sail to the Sun,' the disc's first single.
Wavves frontman Nathan Williams has issued a second mixtape from Sweet Valley, his production side project with his brother Joel. Last month, Sweet Valley put out their debut tape, 'Stay Calm,' and now they are back with the 13-track 'Eternal Champ,' which features samples from various video game scores.