Waxahatchee Oct tour


 Waxahatchee's unbeatable album Cerulean Salt came out yesterday, Monday 1st July and the press and public reaction has been astounding. 

Some highlights below:


Katie Crutchfield has a way of delivering a line so casually that it takes a half-dozen listens to fully realise how devastating it is… the work of a songwriter skilled enough to make introspection seem not self-centered, but generous’ 8.4 Pitchfork

Album Of  The Week in Time Out  "This is intimate, confident songwriting, lent real intrigue by the apparent gap between Crutchfield’s lyrics – which are simultaneously starkly honest and tricksily complex – and the music which is as warm, blunt and welcoming as an old and trusted friend. Then there’s Crutchfield’s voice: a natural, unfussy and wonderfully expressive thing reminiscent of Kim Deal or Nina Nastasia. We’d suggest that ‘Cerulean Salt’ was a indie sleeper hit in the making, but it could well be more widely appreciated than that" http://www.timeout.com/london/music/waxahatchee-cerulean-salt-album-review

“Crutchfield's songs deserve to be heard by as many people as possible"  Guardian Guide

“An intimacy and directness which will surely make ‘Cerulean Salt’ one of 2013’s biggest albums… a lethally brilliant concoction” 4/5 Q Magazine

"Truths rarely come as beautiful as this" 8/10 NME

“Crutchfield would no doubt laugh it off, but she’s already something of a star and, whatever direction she chooses to take, her potential seems boundless” 4/5 Mojo

‘It’s something of a triumph’ The Fly

‘This combination of musical innocence and lyrical experience draws you in... Waxahatchee has made this seemingly slight, unassuming record; one that sounds just a little more epic with every play’ ‘Album of the Week’ The Observer

Fake DIY are running a guide to Waxahatchee piece on their NEU pages at the moment... “What the UK might not know about the 24-year-old, however, is that she's far from a newbie. Not only is 'Cerulean Salt' her second record as Waxahatchee, but the artist has a whole back catalogue from previous projects just begging to be your new, old favourite band. Such is 'A Brief History Of...'s aim.”  http://www.thisisfakediy.co.uk/articles/features/a-brief-history-of...waxahatchee/

Katie's interview with Noisey is live on their UK blog, here: http://noisey.vice.com/en_uk/blog/we-talked-to-waxahatchee-about-feelings-feminism-and-fan-mail

Line Of Best Fit - 8.5/10 album review. “The songs betray Crutchfield’s punk background, but they are punk reduced to its rawest form. Basic four-chord guitar progressions are backed by a spartan rhythm section, the fact that so much is achieved with so little enhances the intimacy and DIY aesthetic of the album.” http://www.thelineofbestfit.com/reviews/albums/waxahatchee-cerulean-salt-128417

The Music Fix - 7/10 album review. “Cerulean Salt keeps that rougher lo-fi feel, just with added volume. In some ways Crutchfield has made quite a throwback album, its female grungy indie-pop hasn't been heard for a while.” http://music.thedigitalfix.com/content/19140/waxahatchee.html

Sound Of Confusion - mini album review. “'Cerulean Salt', the second album from Katie Crutchfield, better known as alt-rock artist Waxahatchee, is something we've been looking forward to since hearing its first single 'Peace & Quiet' at the start of the year.” http://thesoundofconfusionblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/out-this-week-1st-july-2013.html

Sic Magazine - 7/10 album review. “Cerulean Salt‘s real power however is its honesty. Crutchfield and her songs are completely, suffocatingly believable.”



October UK dates now announced, Waxahatchee will be supported by Swearin'.


Sat 19 Oct Oxford Gathering festival 
Sun 20 Oct Cardiff SWN festival 
Tue 22 Oct London The Scala  
Thu 24 Oct Glasgow Broadcast 
Fri 25 Oct Manchester Sound Control 
Sat 26 Oct Dublin Workman’s Club 
Mon 28 Oct Leeds Brudenell Club 
Tue 29 Oct Brighton Green Door Store