Last year, Waxahatchee, the soul-baring punk band led by former P.S. Eliot member Katie Crutchfield, released the excellent and slept-on American Weekend, a debut album full of acoustic songs intense enough to burn your face off. Next month, she’ll follow it up with Cerulean Salt, a full-band album that’s already sounding to me like one of the year’s best. We’ve already posted the early track “Peace And Quiet,” and now here’s “Coast To Coast,” a bouncy and emotive punk song that starts to show Crutchfield’s songwriting range. Listen below.
Cerulean Salt is out 3/5 on Don Giovanni.
2/28 Brooklyn, NY @ 285 Kent (w/ Swearin’, Pains of Being Pure At Heart)
3/1 Philadelphia, PA @ Golden Tea Haus (Record Release Show w/ Swearin’)
3/2-Washington, DC @ Casa Fiesta
3/3-Durham, NC @ Duke Coffeehouse
3/3-Asheville, NC @ Murder Basement
3/7-Atlanta, GA @ Wonderroot
3/8-Birmingham, AL @ The Forge
3/10-New Orleans, LA
3/11 -San Antonio, TX