Waxahatchee

New Waxahatchee Album Available for Streaming

Waxahatchee, the project from Katie Crutchfield now with the help of Swearin's Keith Spencer and Kyle Gilbride, just premiered their new album Cerulean Salt on NPR Music's "First Listen," which is available for streaming in its entirety HERE. The record will be out March 5 via Don Giovanni Records, and they'll be kicking off their tour down to SXSW with a show this Friday, March 1 at West Philly's Golden Tea House.

New Track: "Coast To Coast" - Waxahatchee

Katie Crutchfield recently moved to West Philly with her sister and former bandmate Allison Crutchfield, who now fronts Swearin' (the rest of the band also lives in the same house). Well, Katie's latest project Waxahatchee is preparing to release a new album titled Cerulean Salt on March 5 via Don Giovanni Records. We already shared with you the first single from the album called "Peace and Quiet," and now you can check out another new track "Coast To Coast" below. (Photo by Samantha Marble)

New Track: “Peace and Quiet” - Waxahatchee

Here’s a new track called “Peace and Quiet” from Waxahatchee, a project from recent Philly transplant Katie Crutchfield, who fronted disbanded pop-punk outfit P.S. Eliot where she performed alongside her twin sister Allison Crutchfield (Swearin’). The song premiered yesterday in an interview with Pitchfork. Katie’s follow-up to 2012’s American Weekend, Cerulean Salt, was recorded in the basement of the sibling’s West Philly home last October, and is scheduled to be release on March 5 via Don Giovanni Records. 

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