Grandaddy back with a new song

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Discover “Watercooler”, the new single from Grandaddy. This is the first single from his upcoming album, Blu Wav.

Retro atmosphere, sweet and quiet composition, here is “Watercooler”, which marks the return of Grandaddy. Discover its music video, directed by Aaron Beckum, via the player below:

“Most of my relationships have been with women who worked in offices” explains Jason Lytle, singer of the group. “This piece is about the end of one or more of them. Listeners will notice the pedal steel guitar on this track and others from the upcoming album. This is a first for Grandaddy and I am very happy about it. »

The release of the single “Watercooler” comes alongside the announcement of the release of Grandaddy’s next studio album, titled Blu Wav. See you on February 16, 2024 for its publication.

Beyond this announcement, nostalgic fans of the American rock group were able to enjoy a reissue of the album in September Sumday for its 20th anniversary. With some success, particularly in the United Kingdom, this disc contains the hit single “Now It’s On”.

For the moment, Grandaddy has not announced a concert in France. The latest took place at the Trianon in 2022, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Sophtware Slump.


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