Belgium’s alt rockers WEATHERS have recently unveiled a new cinematic music video for their song ‘The Visit’, coming off of their late 2016 debut record ‘Germinatio‘ (go here for Spotify version). There’s almost nothing missing from the track’s musical grammar and it’s a great example of a willful, harmonious collision of calm and confidence.
The band have scheduled a couple of live dates in Czech Republic and Slovakia from the 27th of February to the 3rd of March – see the details below. Don’t let them pass you by.
WEATHERS on tour:
27.2- Prague @Music Club Jizak
28.2- Banska Bystrica (SK) @Cult Club
01.3- Kosice (SK) U Legionarov
02.3- Moldava nad Bodvou (SK) @Heaven Hell
03.3- Ostrava (CZ) @Chacharkovo Doupe
Weathers tenders rock open to the elements. Sometimes aggressive, as when the wind violently shakes the landscape with threatening waves, sometimes light, as when the sun streaks through clouds with golden rays. Time flows, never stops, and will never be twice the same. Depending on the time of day or year, the colours will be sweet, dark, warm or icy. In this image, Weathers trace atmospheres, psychedelic abrasive or harsh, aerial or underground, even liquid, moods and functions of the present. This frees the group of influences or specific currents, a looseness reinforced by six individuals with different tastes and without common predilections. After ten years and 150 concerts in SummerSlam, Elodie Marchesani (vocals, keyboard), Clement Steffen (guitar, vocals), Nicolas Ancion (bass), Sebastian Six (drums), Noé Chalon (Mao, sound) and Denis Natalis (scenography) draw a line under the group of their teens and begin a new chapter, more nuanced and mature, with a debut album planned for late 2016.