"In Came the Flood" on Exclaim! TV
Back in May, just before they released their excellent album, Hello Hum, Wintersleep visited the Exclaim! offices to perform a couple of cuts from their latest album. You already watched their performance of "Nothing is Anything," but now you can watch Wintersleep perform their second song, "In Came the Flood."
Filmed by Louie Chenard
Audio by Christopher J. Godwin
Wintersleep - In Came The Flood by ExclaimTV
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