Van Pierszalowski’s project, Waters, have released a video for their new single, For The One.
Directed by Allen Cordell, who is no stranger to the bizarre, the video focuses on a dream catcher that, when hung the wrong way round, gives you psychedelic and absurd dreams. Just a warning, you may feel like you’re tripping…
Check it out below:
Van Pierszalowski’s new project, Waters, is a long way off his previous work with Port O’Brien. He’s moved into grunge with his single For The One out on September 12 and debut album Out In The Light which will be released on September 19.
Waters is also doing a show in London tomorrow night at the Old Blue Last so if you’re around check it out. Here’s a video he shot in London earlier in the week to wet your appetite:
Waters, the new project from Port O’Brien’s front man Van Pierszalowski, has released his newest track, O’ Holy Break Of Day.
After his debut single, For The One, O’ Holy Break Of Day is a much more chilled out rock song. It’s much slower in tempo and more sombre compared. However, Pierszalowski’s vocals retain the same emotion found in the previous song, although this time it’s more raw emotion than anger.
Take a listen here.
Remember the days of Feeder? Well Waters has come along to replace that void in the music industry…
Waters is the solo project of Van Pierszalowski (from the band Port O’Brien) and is music full of grunge guitar, heavy drum beats and majorly distorted rock vocals.
Waters with a random dog...
Pierszalowski has the music of Feeder with more angst behind it mixed with the vocals of Billy Lunn (The Subways lead singer). To me, this is the perfect combination.
Sounding on first listen like a bit of a racket, For The One eventually allows everything to slot into place and the song shines. It is rock with strong vocals and manic guitars, just the way it should be.
Looking forward to hearing what else is to come from this sure-to-be popular artist.
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