If you’re a fan of experimental indie music, then you’ve probably heard of Watch Water From Your Eyes. This Brooklyn-based band has been making waves in the music scene with their unique blend of dreamy synth pop and post-punk influences. Recently, they took to the stage on The Best Show to deliver a captivating and mesmerizing full set that left fans and critics alike buzzing with excitement.
The band consists of singer and guitarist Nate Amos, keyboardist and vocalist Liana Hell Lean, bassist and vocalist Will Greene, and drummer Chris Stach. Together, they create a sound that is both ethereal and hard-hitting, with influences ranging from electronic artists like FKA twigs to the raw energy of post-punk legends like Joy Division.
During their set on The Best Show, Watch Water From Your Eyes delivered a mix of songs from their latest album “Everybody Loves You When You’re Dead” as well as some unreleased tracks. The set kicked off with the hypnotic “Mucho Poocho” which immediately set the tone for the rest of the performance. Liana’s haunting vocals and the pulsating synths drew in the crowd and set the stage for what was to come.
As the set continued, the band seamlessly transitioned between dreamy, introspective tracks like “Let Me Go” and “Pleasure” to more energetic and danceable tunes like “10x” and “Stepping Out”. The chemistry between the band members was palpable as they effortlessly moved through the diverse range of songs, showing off their versatility and musical prowess.
One of the highlights of the set was their performance of “Splitting Glass”, a track that starts off slow and brooding before building to a thunderous crescendo. The band’s dynamic and intense stage presence had the audience on the edge of their seats, fully immersed in the sonic journey that Watch Water From Your Eyes was taking them on.
The set ended with an encore that left the crowd screaming for more. The band closed with an unreleased track that left fans in awe and eagerly anticipating what’s to come from their next album.
Overall, Watch Water From Your Eyes’ full set on The Best Show was nothing short of spectacular. The band’s ability to blend different genres and evoke powerful emotions through their music is truly something to be admired. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a newcomer to their music, this performance is not one to be missed. Keep an eye out for Watch Water From Your Eyes’ upcoming tour dates and make sure to catch them live if you have the chance. You won’t be disappointed.