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Monday, March 16, 2020

Waxahatchee - "Can't Do Much" [Rock & Alternative]

Can't Do Much

"Can't Do Much" music video by Waxahatchee
Added: 16-03-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Waxahatchee - Can't Do Much (Official Video)

From the album Saint Cloud, out March 27th on Merge Records. https://ift.tt/2tyl8GC

Shot & Edited by Anna Powell Teeter
Directed by Anna Powell Teeter & the Saint Cloud Band


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Though Waxahatchee went from brittle, self-recorded solo material to more raucous, full-band indie rock over the course of the 2010s, it remained intensely personal in nature. Making her debut with the breakup-inspired American Weekend in 2012, songwriter Katie Crutchfield continued to amplify her knack for hooks and engaging melodies through her John Agnello-co-produced fourth LP, 2017's Out in the Storm. A year later, she reversed course with the spare Great Thunder EP, which revisited material from her side duo with Keith Spencer from Swearin'.

In early 2015, Waxahatchee signed with Merge Records for the U.S. release of their third LP, Ivy Tripp. Continuing a trend toward a fuller, more aggressive sound, the album saw release in April of that year and marked her debut on the Billboard 200. Joined in the studio by producer John Agnello, Allison Crutchfield, bassist Katherine Simonetti, and drummer Ashley Arnwine, among others, she followed it in 2017 with the defiant Out in the Storm, about overcoming a toxic relationship. Her next release covered a selection of Great Thunder tracks, which she re-recorded with producer Brad Cook. Stripping down arrangements to mostly piano, the six-track Great Thunder EP arrived via Merge in 2018. The buoyant and ruminative 2020 single "Fire" was the first offering from her fifth Waxahatchee album, Saint Cloud.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Waxahatchee

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