Released: 23/08/2016

Genre: Alternative

℗ 2016 Domino Recording Co Ltd

  • 2:21

    Mood (Water Version)

  • 2:38

    Pool (Water Version)

  • 3:47

    Glow (Water Version)

  • 2:09

    Car (Water Version)

  • 3:09

    Shaver (Water Version)

  • 3:03

    Security (Water Version)

  • 3:31

    Black Dress

  • 1:01

    Black Budweiser T-Shirt

8 songs, 21:39 total time, 44.88 MB

Song lyrics

I just wait around
To hear the good news
I just wait around
To hear from you

Are you in...

Mood (Water Version)


I just wait around
To hear the good news
I just wait around
To hear from you

Are you in
The mood
I think I
I said the wrong thing
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"Mood (Water Version)" Track Info

“Mood” sets the tone for the Water EP. In the introductory track, the bass-line stands alone in the beginning with only a drum pad playing beneath it, whereas on Pool, the bass-line is still there to be heard, but shares the spotlight with a starry synth.“(By Regan Wojick, Atwood Magazine)

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