Wavves is the latest to participate in the FRAMES series, telling a tale of how they stole drugs from a dealer in Las Vegas. This story, paired with the animation, is pretty funny. Check it out above.
Last night, Wavves was the musical guest on the Late Show with David Letterman, hitting the stage with ‘Demon To Lean On’. Wavves’ new album Afraid Of Heights is out now. Catch this performance above.
On the release day of his new album, Wavves releases a new visual for its title track with ‘Afraid of Heights’. Watch the dark story unfold as the group looks for love in the wrong place. Afraid of Heights is in stores now and now available to purchase on iTunes.
With Wavves’ lastest album Afraid Of Heights dropping March 26th, by way of NPR an album stream is available. This project holds 14 tracks and represents a dope progression of his sound and songwriting. Take a listen to Afraid Of Heights in its entirety here.
Wavves is prepping the release of his upcoming album Afraid Of Heights, which will arrive on March 26th. Here’s a new track off of this project with ‘Demon to Lean On’, which you can listen to above. Afraid Of Heights is now available for pre-order here. Also, Wavves will be heading out on the road for a tour that will start in March during SXSW and continue on through April. Check out the tracklist for Afraid Of Heights and the full schedule of tour dates below.
Wavves showcases the life of a priest living as a drug dealer in this video for the song ‘Sail To The Sun’, directed by BLACK // DOCTOR. Look for this single to appear on a new album from Wavves, expected to release this Spring.
The latest addition to the Singles Program for Adult Swim features Wavves and his new song ‘Hippies Is Punks’. Take Listen to this track above, and get ready for a new project with Wavves, hopefully in the upcoming future.
The new EP from Wavves is shaping out to be a really solid new body of work. In the latest release off Life Sux, we get a really fun upbeat track with a gust feature from Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast on the vocals. Cop that Life Sux EP on September 20th via Ghost Ramp.
It doesn’t get anymore Pitchfork than this. On FuelTV’s show The Daily Habit, GZA performed his classic track ‘Liquid Swords’ with assistance from surf rock’s best Wavves. Obscure but it works, sorta. Probably would’ve been cooler to see at Coachella or something.
Anybody know where to cop one of those crowns? Check out this dope new Wavves video where they have the most swagged out day ever.