1 February 2021
Due to that nasty coronavirus, it’s almost a year that live music was forced to go into quarantine. A real bummer if you’re a gig fanatic like me, but an even greater bummer
for the artists. Unfortunately, tons of small bands and indie musicians needed/will need
to call it a day.
But countless others refused to give up and organised/organise safe live sessions, from their homes or from an empty venue/location. A creative way to stay in touch with your fans.
CLASSIC WATER, a Dutch folk/pop band, fronted by singer/songwriter Tom Gerritsenb,
is one of them. A group that brings driving through dusty backroads of deserted villages, thinking back on what once was but will never be again, to mind.
They found a fitting, cozy barn to play these two beauties. New single Tomorrow and
last year’s emotive ballad Carthage. Two sweet heart-and-soul touching little pearls Jeff Buckley would approve of. Two romantic and melancholic wanderings to enjoy with a happy-go-lucky state of mind from your lazy couch in your living room.
– TOMORROW –
– CARTHARGE –
CLASSIC WATER: Facebook