Brummie-based psych-rockers The Good Water have released their new single Mansaid.
The fuzzed-up slice of blistering garage rock showcases psych-pop harmonies alongside frantic riffs.
The release comes hot on the heels of their previous single, See Your Light, which received airplay with Steve Lamacq, Mary-Anne Hobbes and Shaun Keaveny at BBC 6 Music.
Amazing Radio and influential LA stations KROQ and Indie 1031 were also keen to give the duo plenty of airplay.
Since forming in early 2015, The Good Water have been busy, quickly picking up loyal support from Brum Radio with their drone-rock debut single, Everything Is.
A new army of fans soon followed after hearing their raucous shows around the Midlands, which blew audiences away.
The band, which comprises Rob Clements, on vocals and guitar, and drummer Tom Fisher, who also provides vocals, supported Mercury Rev, Super Furry Animals and Bill Ryder-Jones at last year’s Lunar Festival.
Their unique sound has also led to rave reviews from Soundsphere Magazine, Ear To The Ground Music, Slap Magazine, Diamond Deposits, Born Music Online and Mytacism Music.
Fisher said: “Mansaid has been received very well and we are really happy with the feedback.
“It’s a great track, which we are very proud of, and we hope the positive support continues to come our way.”
The Good Water will be playing live dates in support of the new single this spring.
Their next gig will be at The Sunflower Lounge, in Birmingham, supporting King Salami & The Cumberland Three, on March 23.
Head to www.thegoodwater.co.uk for further information about future gigs and releases.
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