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New Waxahatchee news

Posted March 1, 2020, 6:18 p.m. in Records by Loren
New Waxahatchee news

On March 27, Merge Records will release Saint Cloud, the latest offering from Waxahatchee. A video for the new song "Lilacs" is posted below from the upcoming release.


Fronted by Katie Crutchfield, the latest record focuses on Crutchfield's newfound sobriety and the self-exploration from that journey. Check out the new song after the bump.

TRACK LIST:

01 Oxbow
02 Can’t Do Much
03 Fire
04 Lilacs
05 The Eye
06 Hell
07 Witches
08 War
09 Arkadelphia
10 Ruby Falls
11 Saint Cloud

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