Hundred Waters share Wave To Anchor, the latest track from their new album

Hundred Waters share Wave To Anchor, the latest track from their new album

The LA trio's new album Communicating is out next Friday through OWSLA/Inertia Music.

In the build up to their forthcoming new album Communicating, LA-based electronic trio Hundred Waters have been sharing some of their best music yet. First up came the woozy and enticing Particle, then the haunting Blanket Me - which saw frontwoman Nicole Miglis demonstrate her effortlessly-brilliant vocal power above a gradually building, moody production. Following on from the arachnophobia-inducing Fingers last monthWave To Anchor is yet another tease from the new record, with the Skrillex favourites shaking up their sound once again. Wave To Anchor is a more upbeat and lively affair than their previous Communicating singles, showing the more accessible, pop-leaning side of the trio which they've hinted at with some of their past releases.

Scheduled for release next Friday through long-time label OWSLA in the US and Pod/Inertia Music in Australia, Communicating is quickly shaping up to be Hundred Waters' best record yet, which is quite a feat considering the strength of their past albums. “From a broad lens, the album is a breakup," says Nicole Miglis on the album. "It starts with a need for independence, and it ends with an ‘all better,’ like we did it: we learned, we loved, we separated, and now it’s time for the next chapter.” Listen to Wave To Anchor below, and continue crossing those fingers and praying that Hundred Waters bring the album down to Australia with a couple of shows.

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