~Waves~ | Crashing on Face

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Crashing on Face

by ~Waves~

A gorgeous record melding art-rock and alt-country influences, in the vein of Wilco, Flaming Lips, Elliott Smith and Beck. Diverse influences, brooding lyrics, uplifting harmonies, and dynamic equally dreamy and rocking songs.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. We'll Be Robots
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2. Summer Ride
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3. Lost
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4. One-Armed Man
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5. Front Lawn
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6. Song for Anne
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7. The Wager
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8. So Low
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9. The Apollo Program
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10. Drinkin' Waltz
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Album Notes
The Boston Globe calls WAVES Crashing on Face “a gently expansive disc that showcases [WAVES] omnivorous musical reach and love of honest-to-goodness guitar solos. Meanwhile, trace elements of the Thrills, Beachwood Sparks, and Beck’s “Sea Change’’ period burble and stream like chemical currents...” Despite disparate influences, the sound that emerges is cohesive and engaging, and the album floats along nicely like a dreamy afternoon. With handsome songs about robots and love, alt-country influences and art-rock leanings and a rollicking live experience, WAVES is a band that should be on every indie radar. – Mike Heyliger (Music Maven Management)


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