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Friday, October 30, 2020

Waax - "Labrador" [Rock & Alternative]


"Labrador" music video by Waax
Added: 30-10-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : WAAX - Labrador

WAAX’s debut album ‘Big Grief’ is out now!

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Music video by WAAX performing Labrador. © 2018 M. De Vita, C. Antolak, T. Griffin, T. Bloomfield, E. Birtwell


Big Grief is the debut studio album by Australian rock band Waax, released on 23 August 2019 by Dew Process. It was produced by former Powderfinger frontman Bernard Fanning and Nick DiDia, it was recorded at Fannings and DiDia's studio in Byron Bay over the course of a year. The album marks lead guitarist Chris Antolak's last recording as a member of the band.

The album artwork was created by Cristina Daura. Describing the album, frontwoman Maz DeVita said:

"The whole album is about grief for so many things that I felt when we were writing the record and still do now. The way the world is so volatile at the moment, our environment, I talk about anxiety, mania, cutting ties with old friends and habits, my problems in the past with body image, and it's almost like a big mourning for all that. It's definitely an outpouring of grief in every sense of the word. But as much as I explored darker themes for Big Grief, I framed my melodies and vocal very colourfully and lively."

Shortly after the band signed to Dew Process they released their first single "Labrador" on 27 April 2018. The music video was released on 8 June.

Tags : 2018, 10s, Waax