The Good Water return with a new psych rock single called Tell Me What To Do. The new song comes with a video that you can watch below. The Good Water have also announced a handful of UK dates coming up soon.
Birmingham psych-rockers The Good Water are back with their new single Tell Me What To Do and a new set of live dates. The fuzz-powered 3 minutes of catchy retro-rock showcases 60s pop melodies alongside blistering guitar work and follows radio airplay with Steve Lamacq, Mary-Anne Hobbes, Tom Robinson and Shaun Keaveny for their singles See Your Light and Mansaid.
The Good Water are Rob Clement on guitars and vocals. Tom Fisher is on the drums and vocals and Stuart Webb is on keyboards and vocals.
The new track arrives with a super-kitsch, 70s-style TV show video and some head-spinning visual affects which you can see below –
“Tell Me What To Do is all about confusion, the misunderstanding of feelings, and the inevitable heartache that follows,” explains frontman Rob Clements. “The upbeat bounce of the track is synonymous with a Northern Soul style groove – a genre that is steeped in teenage angst, with talcum powder and tears on the dance floor.”
Since forming in early 2015, The Good Water have been busy. The boys quickly picked up loyal support from Brum Radio with their drone-rock debut single Everything Is, gained new fans at raucous shows around the Midlands and blew away audiences supporting Mercury Rev, Super Furry Animals and Bill Ryder-Jones.
The trio’s brand of psychedelic rock grooves and nimble riffs is streamlined into tight retro-pop frameworks, and press has also been quick to spot their talents with rave reviews from tastemaker blogs and magazines. Their two 2017 singles gained big support from BBC 6Music and BBC Introducing, with a host of DJs spinning the track and supporting the band.
The Good Water are on tour with Canadian rockers The Sheepdogs in October/November –
29/10 – The Workman’s Club, DUBLIN.
30/10 – The Brudenell Social Club, LEEDS.
31/10 – The Fleece, BRISTOL.
1/11 – The Globe, CARDIFF.
2/11 – The Actress & Bishop, BIRMINGHAM.
5/11 – The Borderline, LONDON.