Check out the Official Music Video for, ‘Colors’ Waterfall Wash
Waterfall Wash is a four-piece fuzz pop act main the cost of an indie rock scene in Nashville, Tennessee. This band appears like an outdated buddy you’ve simply met, but when that buddy occurs to be goofy and unusual, and in addition manages to placed on a killer stay present that may have you ever buzzing their songs for days.
The band creates a sound that blends lo-fi, ambient white noise with a extra hi-fi synth-pop aesthetic, but by some means subliminally hints at their collective southern roots. Together, their contributions end in a sound that nobody else may match.
Waterfall Wash’s newest providing is the shoegazy and enchanting “Colors.” At just below 5 minutes lengthy, “Colors” is paired with a video that’s equally as mind-bending because the track. Chased by three people in masks, Michael Roddy (vocals, guitar) races via a forest the place he appears to cross paths together with his fellow bandmates, Chris Hauser (drums), Marshall Dunn (bass), and Ellice Evins (keyboard). Strangely, Roddy and his fellow bandmates don’t seem to note one another.
There’s discordance and a slight unease all through, marked by a hazy high quality to the footage and oversaturation of the colours. At the top, we’re nonetheless left questioning what it’s he’s working from or trying to find. The band explains, “Colors is a foul dream impressed by rhythmic chaos and the nervousness of affection.”