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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Waters Returns With the Poppy and Bold "Got to My Head," as February Residency Continues

Posted By on Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 3:30 PM

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It's February, which means that, in addition to making your relatives back east jealous with a photo of the S.F. weather forecast, you can go see the anthemic local rock of Waters every Monday night at Brick and Mortar Music Hall. The month-long residency continues next week under the aegis of Noise Pop, but today, Waters released its first new music in a while. "Got to My Head" is a thundering, boldy drawn pop-rock single, with a crispness and immediacy the band's previous work only hinted at. It's bouncy, bright, and super-hooky, with a chorus that fits the song's title. Check it out below, and catch Waters' last show of the month this Monday, Feb. 24, at Brick and Mortar.

-- @iPORT


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