Rachel Brown from Water From Your Eyes has revealed a new EP titled “What Is My Capacity to Love?” under their solo alias, Thanks for Coming. The EP, consisting of eight songs, delves into the aftermath of a romantic relationship, with Brown reflecting on their experiences. The single “Loop,” accompanied by a video directed by Dylan Gee and Kima Hibbert, provides a glimpse into the EP’s themes. This track stands apart as it was composed before the breakup, focusing on a cycle of seeking intimacy without truly connecting. Brown’s musical journey began as Thanks for Coming during their high school years in Chicago. They released a compilation called “You Haven’t Missed Much” in December, featuring standout tracks from their Bandcamp releases. Preceding this was the album “Rachel Jr.” in January 2022.
Meanwhile, Water From Your Eyes, the experimental art-rock duo comprising Rachel Brown and Nate Amos, unveiled “Everyone’s Crushed” as a follow-up to 2021’s “Structure.” Currently on tour to promote the album, the duo has several festival appearances scheduled this month. For more insight, you can read Newsound’s interview titled “Alt-Pop Duo Water From Your Eyes Commit to the Bit.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Post-relationship reflections
Who is releasing a new EP under the name Thanks for Coming?
Rachel Brown from Water From Your Eyes is releasing a new EP titled “What Is My Capacity to Love?” under the solo moniker Thanks for Coming.
When will the EP “What Is My Capacity to Love?” be available?
The EP “What Is My Capacity to Love?” by Thanks for Coming is set to arrive on September 29 via Danger Collective.
What is the theme of the EP?
The EP explores themes related to the aftermath of a romantic relationship, with Rachel Brown analyzing their experiences and reflections.
What is the significance of the single “Loop”?
The single “Loop” is a track from the EP and was written before the breakup that inspired the rest of the songs. It delves into a cycle of seeking intimacy without forming genuine connections.
What other musical projects has Rachel Brown been involved in?
Rachel Brown has been part of the experimental art-rock duo Water From Your Eyes, along with Nate Amos. They released the album “Structure” in 2021 and followed it up with “Everyone’s Crushed.”
Are there any upcoming performances by Water From Your Eyes?
Yes, Water From Your Eyes is currently on tour in support of their album “Everyone’s Crushed,” with several festival dates scheduled for this month.
Where can I find more information about Water From Your Eyes?
You can read an interview titled “Alt-Pop Duo Water From Your Eyes Commit to the Bit” on Newsound for more insights into the band’s music and perspective.
More about Post-relationship reflections
- [Listen to the single “Loop”](link to the single)
- [Read the interview “Alt-Pop Duo Water From Your Eyes Commit to the Bit”](link to the interview)