The group has been described as “a quirky, catchy mesh of folk, gospel and indie rock,” representing “one of the best up and coming live acts in town.” Throughout the show you can expect to hear songs from the group’s debut Foreign Chords EP, which Break on a Cloud noted for its “atmosphere and dynamics.” If you like what you hear and want to see the band live, Waterfall Wash will be performing at The High Watt March 28, or as part of the April 12 Purpose to Pour fundraiser at The Stone Fox. (For those who can’t wait to hear more, the band’s entire six-track release is available for streaming via Bandcamp.)
Don’t forget to tune in at 6:00pm (Central) for the Fringe Radio Show on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).
For more from the band, Waterfall Wash contributed the track “Panama” to the most recent installment in the Nashville Fringe Festival’s seasonal compilation series. The quarterly release also features music from Charlie Rauh, Frances and the Foundation, NDPNDNT (former group of Fringe Radio Show co-host E.T., featuring B. Stille of Nappy Roots), Rae Hering, Swap Meet Symphony (Al-D, LST, Cole Jonique), and Jeff Blaney, and can be streamed in its entirety below or downloaded via Bandcamp.