Initiated by a text message, the unprecedented collaboration between two bands results in something in between Cloud Nothings and Wavves with “another element that wasn’t present in either of our music before.”
“I woke up one morning hungover in Paris, which is where I usually live, and I just had a text on my phone that was like, ‘Yo, wanna make a record together?’ I was like, ‘…Okay!’ said Dylan Baldi of Cloud Nothings, and this is the story of how Cloud Nothings and Wavves made an album together.
Since the release of critically acclaimed album Attack on Memory, Cleveland indie-rock band Cloud Nothings has become invisible. New album will come out this April and they will soon start an international spring tour to support it.
Wavves is an American rock band from San Diego. Their most recent release is Afraid of Heights last year. The band made their network television debut on the Late Show with David Letterman, performing “Demon to Lean On” from this album.
Describing the music as something in between Cloud Nothings and Wavves with “another element that wasn’t present in either of our music before,” Baldi said the record is “almost done!”.