The summer’s full of huge music festivals like Lollapalooza. But there’s one where you head for the ultimate in cool points. That would be the Pitchfork Music Festival, which Fusion hit up this past weekend in Chicago (click here to read our previous coverage of the fest). The early hours feature some of the most exciting rising bands, and one of the most exciting of the most exciting this year was one called Hundred Waters.
Originally from Florida and now based in L.A., their multilayered ethereal sound is drawing great reviews on their second album, “The Moon Rang Like a Bell.” It’s intimate listening from a group of four who share a ton of intimacy. Friends for more than 20 years, they work, play, and yes, even sleep together. Check out what they had to tell us about how that closeness affected their new record.
Shot by Romina Puga
Edited by Jesse Swinger