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PO: WATTER - History of the Future LP (Members of Slint. Rachel's, Grails)

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When Watter first appeared fully formed in 2014 as a trio featuring founding members of Grails and Slint, most assumed the mercurial group would vanish into the ether just like the foggy echoes of sound they crafted on their debut album, This World. Instead, they toured the US with their longtime friends in Om, and returned home to begin work on an ambitious new recording studio, from which their new album, History of the Future was born. As with their first album, the songs on History of the Future evolved from many long days and nights of improvisation, experimentation, and collaboration. In many ways, the guests – which include, among others, Britt Walford (Slint), Dominic Cipolla (Phantom Family Halo, Torres), Rachel Grimes (Rachel’s), Bundy K. Brown (Tortoise), and Todd Cook (Shipping News, The For Carnation) – and the gear were as vital to the creative process as the core duo of Riles and multi-instrumentalist Tyler Trotter. It is this exploratory nature that breathes life into Watter, and turns ephemeral into eternal.

 

VINYL FORMAT INCLUDES MP3 DOWNLOAD COUPON INSIDE PACKAGE

 

LIMITED EDITION COLORED VINYL: TRANSPARENT DARK RED (EDITION OF 500)

 

TRACK LISTING
1. Telos
2. Shadow Chase
3. Death Knock
4. Sacrificial Leaf
5. Depth Charge
6. Liquid of Life
7. The Cloud Sanctuary
8. Macho Milano
9. History of the Future
10. Final Sunrise

 

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On 8/30/2017 at 6:04 PM, Derek™ said:

Loved their debut in 2014 and still jam it fairly often.  Thanks for posting this – definitely in for that /500.

+ Rachel Grimes (again) and Bundy Brown from Tortoise makes up for missing a Tony Levin session contribution. Very stoked for this.

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