STREAM: Wavves’ new album, ‘Afraid Of Heights’


One week before its official release, NPR is kind enough to give everyone an early listen of Wavves’ new album, Afraid of Heights.

In an interview with SPIN back in January, frontman Nathan Williams commented on his progression as an artist and how it affected their new album:

“I feel like I was a real cocky motherfucker when I first started doing this,” Nathan Williams says of his Wavves project. “I really believed I was the shit. Now, not so much, but as a songwriter, I think I’m better. You know the tone of [2010’s] King of the Beach and the first two records? Like, I ‘got no car, got no money,’ but, I still got my parents’ house to live in so it’s not that bad. It could have been much worse, and now, my parents have no money and I’m paying their rent while I’m paying my mortgage. In general, the realness of life starts to hit you later on. That’s more prominent on this record.”

Having already heard two album cuts, Demon To Lean On and Sail To The Sun, you can now stream the new album in its entirety below.

The new album, Afraid of Heights is out March 26 on Mom + Pop/Warner Brothers. You can catch Wavves on tour with FIDLAR here.

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