More than two years after the release of their debut EP, Foreign Chords, eclectic local rockers and longtime fiends of the site Waterfall Wash have finally debuted their followup, a new EP called Become What You See, which arrived today, March 31. We’ve had the pleasure of watching the buzzy local group morph from a folk-tinged, poppy, alt rock early sound to the slicker, synthier, ambient, and indie leaning style that characterizes their latest, which is stuffed with layered melodies, huge hooks, high energy, and the most refined songwriting from the group to date.
In celebration of their latest, Waterfall Wash will host a release show this Saturday, April 1 at The High Watt, and they’ve tapped some other locals acts we love- sludge pop duo Sad Baxter and rising, genre-bending low-key indie rockers Lawndry– to support! $7 gets you in, but for $10 you’ll also receive a copy of the EP with your ticket, and both options are still available right here! If you’ve never seen Waterfall Wash, or haven’t checked in on them in awhile, they’re an absolute must-see local artist, and the long-awaited arrival of some amazing new music is one hell of a reason to celebrate!
Waterfall Wash, Sad Baxter, and Lawndry will perform Saturday, April 1 at The High Watt. The show is 18+, begins at 9 p.m. (doors at 8 p.m.), and tickets are available to purchase for $7, or $10 with a copy of the band’s new EP, here.